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Old Dec 1st 2012, 7:26 am
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Have snow at the moment but we are visiting my girlfriends parents in Denmark. Hope you all hear something soon
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Old Dec 1st 2012, 7:29 am
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Violets, do you mean this snow right and Christmas lights right now in Steinbach Manitoba ; ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSFv...e_gdata_player

P.s When we get to Canada,we want to go to see the drive through lights done by Canad inns > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvfidDG2h40 and more info > http://www.chrisd.ca/2012/11/30/cana...as-light-show/
Just watched these, they are really nice and will go and see them for sure. Thats pretend snow of course, not one car veering off, cant be real
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Just watched these, they are really nice and will go and see them for sure. Thats pretend snow of course, not one car veering off, cant be real
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Originally Posted by Violets are blue
Just watched these, they are really nice and will go and see them for sure. Thats pretend snow of course, not one car veering off, cant be real
Its not in Manitoba, but I always like to watch the streaming live (real time) traffic cameras this time of year in Edmonton, Alberta. Its a shame there are not any around Manitoba to watch http://edmontontrafficcam.com/

Gives you an insight to the amount of traffic during the winter months and the snow they have to cope with. it looks as if they have plenty of snow in Alberta, just like Manitoba

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Its not in Manitoba, but I always like to watch the streaming live (real time) traffic cameras this time of year in Edmonton, Alberta. Its a shame there are not any around Manitoba to watch http://edmontontrafficcam.com/

Gives you an insight to the amount of traffic during the winter months and the snow they have to cope with.
Try Live Winnipeg Webcams and you will see some, not just traffic, its there!!
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Originally Posted by Mikeypm
Have snow at the moment but we are visiting my girlfriends parents in Denmark. Hope you all hear something soon
Thanks, hope you are enjoying the snow and your holiday in Denmark
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Try Live Winnipeg Webcams and you will see some, not just traffic, its there!!
I have never found any as good as the streaming Edmonton ones. Did you check out the Edmonton cams? I like the fullscreen option

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Nice, maybe next year for all................. of us???:fingerscross ed:
Hope so too
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I have never found any as good as the streaming Edmonton ones. Did you check out the Edmonton cams?
I have trying but it keeps saying 'missing plug-in' and me being the technical whiz - am ignoring it and hoping it will work magically
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I have trying but it keeps saying 'missing plug-in' and me being the technical whiz - am ignoring it and hoping it will work magically
You need java plugin or plugin for windows media player See link http://www.edmontontrafficcam.com/Ed...cCameraFAQ.htm

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You need java plugin or plugin for windows media player See link http://www.edmontontrafficcam.com/Ed...cCameraFAQ.htm
Ahhhh, that explains it . All very logical and to think I was waiting for 'magic' to happen .

Looked at the lights again, loved all the christmas lights, love christmas . Im going to be one of those crazy lights people - christmas, halloween and maybe even easter
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Ahhhh, that explains it . All very logical and to think I was waiting for 'magic' to happen .

Looked at the lights again, loved all the christmas lights, love christmas . Im going to be one of those crazy lights people - christmas, halloween and maybe even easter
The best part is, is that they put there lights and decorations up way before we do in the UK
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The best part is, is that they put there lights and decorations up way before we do in the UK
, cant wait. I was in Pittsburgh (US) once in late January or early Feb and they still had lights up in the area I was in, was so weird but very cool at the same time
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Hi All, we recieved our COPR in the post on Saturday 1st Dec. So we are good to go...! Aiming to be ready to move over in June. Think we have decided on Edmonton over Calgary just because I have close family in Edmonton, so I think it will help with the settling in process. Nervous but excited at the same time.

Hope you all hear early in the new year. Happy Christmas everyone !!

Fay.
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Hi All, we recieved our COPR in the post on Saturday 1st Dec. So we are good to go...! Aiming to be ready to move over in June. Think we have decided on Edmonton over Calgary just because I have close family in Edmonton, so I think it will help with the settling in process. Nervous but excited at the same time.

Hope you all hear early in the new year. Happy Christmas everyone !!

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Congratulations, so your application took around 8 months from arrival at the London VO? Good luck.

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