Discussion in 'Linea 1.4 T-Jet' started by S A SHAH, Mar 29, 2012.
Dear Sujay, thanks for response. But we also can not place our love-ride in our drawing rooms....!
Sir ji, isnt there no snow fall now? I read in the paper tat kashmir is having heavy snow fall. If it is so at ur place, then plz keep posting the jet in the snow.
O, Zenwalker, nice to hear from you.
No, not in plains yet. Yes in higher reaches like Gulmarg etc there is snow fall. But we can't drive there in these conditions unless we have chained-tyres diagonally or a
4-wheel-driven car. Govt has banned public vehicles on high altitude roads covered with frozen snow.
I've to wait for the snowfall in general plains and till then you also show some patience.
Enjoy life as it comes...fearlessly..!
"SnowLeopard's" present status, waiting for snow...
Hi Guys, HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014 TO ALL AT TFI, HOPE IT BRINGS PROSPERITY AND PEACE TO ALL OF us..
This year ended with snow covering the beige grounds of the valley. It snowed heavily and my "SnowLeopard" enjoyed the day at NIT Srinagar.
I could not move out side the campus because it was very slippry, parked it in front of my department. Snow got accumulated on it and was very difficult to take my Jet back to the garage.
Some pictures for your delight....
..entering the den back
Just one sir,, Mesmerizing!!! yesterday saw in news that temperature is dropping beyond -10C in srinagar and connected areas.
Do vehicle get started normally in such freezing temperatures? Or some external "Push" is required.
Amazing pics Shah sab . You have captured the snow leopard in its element, thank you for the pictures.
Thanks for response and compliment. Yes, temperatures are very down, sub zero and -18 at Kargil.
The petrol vehicles have no problem in starting provided battery is full of life.
Diesel vehicles face some difficulty, though, due to freezing diesel in filters etc.
@Flywheel...thanks for liking the pics.
Great Pictures, Hw is the life now, do you all come out in this weather......
Yes Dear, why not? "BILL SAY TO BAHIR AANA HI PADTA HAI"
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