Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Terrordales, Jan 3, 2020.
Thanks again everyone, I'm off to grab a couple of hours sleep, hopfully I'll be able to chat then.
Keep safe. I shall be obtaining some snow photo's shortly so may return you the favour of keeping me "snow happy" with pics during the warmer months.
Christ on a bike!
Hope you have the guitars stashed somewhere safe! Oh, and a get out plan might be a good idea as well... best of luck!
Good luck Don , I've just been watching the news it looks horrendous.Get out while you can
best of luck to all in OZ.....
its a grim situation...
Jeez. Thinking of you. I’ve just discovered that Australia has only seven tanker planes. California has 23... and an array of helicopters and smaller planes. WTF?
Have seen one of your country folk on our tv who lived through the fire engulfing his home by sitting inside his brick built large PIZZA OVEN! Stay safe mate.
Stay safe, Don.
Good luck don. Be safe and remember fires just a load of hot gasses and you’ve been married long enough to know how to deal with that!
Wow, that's quite nasty! Good luck!
Stay safe fella
Good luck, Don. Watch out for flying cinders landing in your beard. They'd never be able to put that out...
It's now 0655 and it looks like the weather system has stalled ( probably electrics by Lucas).
The latest forecast is a 0900 arrival, and to be honest I'd rather that it arrived in daylight.
There is nothing left of real value at either the farm or the house in town everything has been moved to the house in Balmain.
What are you doing with the livestock, if you've got any?
Thinking of you , it must be terrifying, just play it safe and if it all goes Pete Tong just leg it (Eastwards looks the best option!!)
Remember not to pass wind in the heat of the moment!
Good luck - I think you may need it!
(I think you’ve earned the right to Donald The Second’s nickname - The Madman!)
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Best of luck
We've opened all gates, except those that run through into thick bush, and are keeping the sheep in heavily grazed paddocks with few trees.
I take the advice of a couple of old farmers and luckily sold the cattle a few months ago and the majority of the sheep.
Keep safe and be lucky!
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