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Old 16-12-2007, 09:25 PM posted to aus.gardens
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5mm yesterday morning, 51mm in the arvo 22mm last night & a swarm of ants
took over the gauge. Surface spray to the rescue.
The place is a series of pools, thankfully smaller than yesterday. Tanks
overflowed again. Even had water in the rubber boots and they were on the
back steps. Maybe the D******* has broken (hopes) can't say the D word.
Jim
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Old 16-12-2007, 10:13 PM posted to aus.gardens
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Yay!
there seems to be a bit about. We have had about 1450mm here in Sydney for
the year to date.
Better than last year and the 5 previous to that.
Jock
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| 5mm yesterday morning, 51mm in the arvo 22mm last night & a swarm of ants
| took over the gauge. Surface spray to the rescue.
| The place is a series of pools, thankfully smaller than yesterday. Tanks
| overflowed again. Even had water in the rubber boots and they were on the
| back steps. Maybe the D******* has broken (hopes) can't say the D word.
| Jim
| in soggy SW Qld
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Old 17-12-2007, 08:06 AM posted to aus.gardens
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SG1 wrote:
5mm yesterday morning, 51mm in the arvo 22mm last night & a swarm of ants
took over the gauge. Surface spray to the rescue.
The place is a series of pools, thankfully smaller than yesterday. Tanks
overflowed again. Even had water in the rubber boots and they were on the
back steps. Maybe the D******* has broken (hopes) can't say the D word.


Good to here. I've seen the minor flood warnings on www.bom.com.au for
warrego over the last couple of weeks, how good is that.
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Maybe the D******* has broken (hopes) can't say the D word.


Unfortunately, I seriously doubt it. ven in SW sydney, most of the falls
have been nats piddle in size and lots of SW NSW seems to be missing out.


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