A big thank you for helping us make Snow Watch
Well, it's over!! We have just finished recording the programme for tonight, Chris has rushed off to catch a plane to Africa, Kate has gone back to 'Humble Towers' not knowing if she can get up the snowy track to her house and I am still with the team in the office - in a daze!
We had a few problems with the timings so they are making a few edits to finish it off. I hope you like the programme, it was made in a furious rush but I think we have included most of the issues you have told us about. By the way, Chris was in Edinburgh at 9.30pm last night, none of us knowing if he would make it to Bristol in time for our first meeting at 6am this morning!
I, and everyone here at Snow Watch, would like to thank you for taking the time to contribute to the blog, the Flickr group and the video uploader. What you sent us has had a profound effect on the way we constructed the programme. I would have liked to have included far more of your thoughts, pictures (especially your pictures, they were amazing) and videos.
If we had had more time to weave them in we would have, but it was so frantic some of our ideas fell by the wayside in the rush to simply make a reasonable hour of Snow Watch.
If you haven't looked at the BBC Snow Watch Flickr group please, please do. I don't think we have ever had such outstanding pictures.
Let's hope the weather eases off a bit and gives our wonderful wildlife a break from this relentless cold.