A Snowy Walk

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    1. It felt like another world. Practically no one else was out. I spotted the occasional dog walker and cyclist, but mostly I had the paths to myself. And it was strangely hushed. There was no traffic hum, because no one was driving anywhere. You could just hear the birds.

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