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#26

Manpa
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11 February 2019 04:28 pm

I'm now sensing a snake in fishnets rolled in flour with a milk moustache, is that weird? lol


One of these days Ma!

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#27

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11 February 2019 04:46 pm

Lol @ Manpa lol lol lol

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11 February 2019 04:47 pm

Why don't you leave the shed door open?

Goody smile

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Licking windows
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11 February 2019 04:52 pm

goody2shoes wrote:

Why don't you leave the shed door open?

Goody smile

It can come and go regardless as the shed has more gaps and holes than a kings cross brothel ! yikes lol lol playful

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11 February 2019 05:58 pm

The flour on the floor is a cracking idea thumbsup

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#31

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11 February 2019 07:37 pm

Going to be pretty mild here in the next week.
Good for the veggie patch.

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11 February 2019 07:53 pm

Still warm enough to reach for the water bottle so it ain't over yet. Thank God we aren't getting the temps you posted Nanjim they aren't my cup of tea.

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#33

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11 February 2019 10:07 pm

40 here tomorrow you can have that if you like i dont want it

johno


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#34

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11 February 2019 11:21 pm

33 here tomorrow....

Goody smile

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Manpa
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12 February 2019 09:18 am

Doubled our rainfall for 2019 with a solid 2.8mm this morning, yep a paltry 5.6mm for the year so far. sad


One of these days Ma!

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12 February 2019 04:31 pm

Just got home from work and it’s a toasty 11 degrees. Fire will be getting lit tonight for the second time in four days. You guys getting the heat can keep it for the time being.

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12 February 2019 04:35 pm

was 34 in the house today!!!! just had a thunderstorm-lil one- dropped 4 degrees. Bearable sad


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12 February 2019 07:30 pm

To top off our winters blast, a decent size hail shower and a drop to 9 degrees. 1549960146_474fa9d3-06f7-4067-8f31-c145ece46343.jpg

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#39

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12 February 2019 07:59 pm

Bjay wrote:

To top off our winters blast, a decent size hail shower and a drop to 9 degrees. https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … e46343.jpg

Burn wood fire beer thumbsup

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#40

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12 February 2019 08:05 pm

Fruit tree mesh works too, hang it up about a foot or two high and pin it to the ground so they can't get under it. Run some along the rock wall and get it as it come out.

Last edited by limpalot (12 February 2019 08:07 pm)


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12 February 2019 08:36 pm

Went to work this morning with the forecast of 21 today in Melb. At 2pm it was my lunchtime - it was windy, rainy and 16 degrees!! I went home and put on some thick socks, boots and a jacket to stay warm for the rest of the crappy afternoon. Tomorrow's forecast is 19 degrees!

Where's our Summer gone?!! mad

Give me heat over cold any day! cool sunny


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#42

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12 February 2019 08:44 pm

Snowing in Tassie today apparently.

1549964623_snow.jpg


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#43

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17 February 2019 05:18 pm

Licking windows wrote:

I’ve just gone down and replaced the old milk with fresh, also very nervously opened the shed door and sprinkled a heap of flour on the floor as well as laying out a bit more fishing net perfect
So fingers crossed and I’ll keep you guys posted smile

And ???


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19 February 2019 04:36 pm

Redfin wrote:
Licking windows wrote:

I’ve just gone down and replaced the old milk with fresh, also very nervously opened the shed door and sprinkled a heap of flour on the floor as well as laying out a bit more fishing net perfect
So fingers crossed and I’ll keep you guys posted smile

And ???

Gday Redfin
No luck as of yet thumbsdown
Not even any tracks in the flour thumbsup
Have changed the milk about 4 times thumbsup and isn’t that a fun job when it’s been sitting out in the sun for a few days cry
So what ya recon, safe to walk into me shed with me shorts and thongs on or what? lol lol lol

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#45

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19 February 2019 05:23 pm

Yep, just bang the door open and shut a few times as you walk in.


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#46

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19 February 2019 05:28 pm

Redfin wrote:

Yep, just bang the door open and shut a few times as you walk in.

thumbsup

#47

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23 February 2019 05:15 pm

Bjay wrote:

Well we’ve had stinking hot January here in vic. But traditionaly feburary is the hottest month. Seems as it’s going to be pretty cool in comparison to years gone by. Must be climate change. big_smile

I think summer has just been on vacation. sunny sunny sunny
http://www.bom.gov.au/sa/forecasts/adelaide.shtml


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#48

Manpa
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23 February 2019 05:44 pm

Yep, Ozzie a warm week in Adelaide to come, early mornings in the shed, the rest of the day veg out in the air cond lounge.


One of these days Ma!

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#49

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23 February 2019 05:50 pm

We still got above 30---30.6 actually. Gets boring after a month or two. hmm


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#50

Mackka
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23 February 2019 06:54 pm

Bring on Winter I say Jaros, I am over it.
Mackka

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