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Fuck Winter!
(08-03-2022, 07:04 PM)The Atheist Wrote:  Jesus, what a turn-about here.

In an instant we've gone from cold and rain to 18C (67F), sunshine and not a cloud in the sky. The birds are fucking, spring flowers are out, and all is well.

And meanwhile on this side of the pond an ocean has been falling since the middle of last night.

The thunder was nice, though.
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You can keep that over your side thanks!
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That system will probably slide south and weaken a lot before it gets to you. But yeah, it was a major issue for a lot of southern Australia for the past week. It generated 10m swells on the south coast of WA.
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We've had a few of that calbre this year - with 10m recorded several times and large parts of some coastal properties washed away.

Lucky it's not something that's going to get a lot worse.
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Kentucky (and many other places) continue to get hammered with storms and flash floods. Our road crew has had to come 3 times in a week. They should wait until it's over. We don't have to go anywhere; our neighbor's gone, and the road goes nowhere else but here. We've tried to tell them.

Crazy summer.
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(08-05-2022, 07:11 AM)stanky Wrote:  Kentucky (and many other places) continue to get hammered with storms and flash floods. Our road crew has had to come 3 times in a week. They should wait until it's over. We don't have to go anywhere; our neighbor's gone, and the road goes nowhere else but here. We've tried to tell them.

Crazy summer.

Your shitake-growing neighbor is gone? I thought his house looked like a museum.

Just you and Mary and the French hillbilly now?
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French hillbilly is with other old pals now; due to come back this week. Shitake neighbor is out west. Left his plants, animals and fungi with us.
It's been a bit nutty here. Everyday, a major storm or storm threat. Hot and humid. Lots of stuff breaking. In one day, a tree limb trashed some stuff; cordless drill batteries finally die, mid screw; stung by wasps while sharpening saw to cut up the branch (that took out the clothes-line) which we fixed, only to find that the washing machine wasn't working...electronic glitchy shit...which about set off lil' Mary. So I went to mow lawn during a very brief window of semi-dry grass, and the mower dies. Trashed fan belt.
Phone died same day. Internet is intermittent. If god hates us, he hates them hillbillies east of here much worster. They're about to get re-flooded.
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We've gotten soaked hiking a few times recently. Had a couple different relatively minor skin cancers lopped off, supposed to keep the wound packed and dry the first 48 hours, oh well, raincoats helped.
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FL is thinking...

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Lovely.

(nice scenery, too.)
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