Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Terrordales, Jan 3, 2020.
Whereabouts are you on the above map?
Keep safe matey.
42 kilometres SE of Jindabyne roughly.
You’re becoming encircled then?
Just about, our final retreat is down to the Snowy River.
I think we’re all worried about you, but equally concerned how terrible the whole thing is. The news reports over here are a bit sketchy but when it dawns how serious the scale of this disaster is it’s absolutely mind blowing
I hope you have a canoe.
Stay safe mate. We’ve recently had a garage fire which was scary enough. Nothing on the scale you might be facing
It just so happens I have a couple of kayaks
Absolutely mind blowing
Best move them from behind the pallets now mate
Someone was quoting the area affected as about 4 million hectares ... or over four times the area affected this year in the Amazon ... Is that right?
Spoke on the phone to my friend from near Gimpy, in London, this morning.
Having listened to her it's clear the dramatic photos don't come close to describing what it feels like to be there ...........
I think it's more but can't find the link atm.
Guess it's a growing number anyway .....
Don it might be a weird question but what does it smell like round your way ? And can you smell anything else? What if the dog farts ?
Bigger than Nempnett Thrubwell, I heard...
Just come in from a night out with the girls and thought about you in Aus on the way home - in cool drizzle. If only we could transport our rain to you. Hoping you’re ok...
Smoky, sometimes eye wateringly acrid and almost unbreathable without a respirator or mask.
The dog can still clear the room.
I can't imagine what it would be like to be under this kind of threat. Best of luck Don. Hope you come through unscathed.
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