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Thursday, November 20, 2014

wet wet wet




 went for a walk.




got wet.


kept walking. 



got wetter.



caught a bus home.


yes folks, it's raining here in Adelaide.


Hooray!!

I hope the farmers are getting some of this rain.

10 comments:

  1. When you're done with it, can you send it to California?

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  2. Good. It is hot and dry here - with luck some of that moisture will make it over here.

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  3. Joanne; me too, I'll be happier if the farmers get some, they're growing our summer fruit right now.

    joeh; it will have to pass across our eastern states first, if there's any left after that, it's all yours.

    Elephant's Child; I do hope you get some, there was plenty of colour left in the clouds when they passed on. We have a few clouds left here, but there's blue sky too.

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  4. Areas in Brisbane copped a lot of rain during storms on Wednesday, but we received very little here. We need it badly.

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  5. ... happy to hear about the rain, River... I hope the farmers get some, Too ...
    Hugs ... Barb xx

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  6. We have rain, too. In the form of snow, so that it can be moved around more easily.

    That's what I'm telling myself until, oh, April.

    Pearl

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  7. Lee; perhaps you'll get some when Canberra has finished with it.

    Barbara Neubeck; I'll have to watch the weather report more closely and see which areas outside of Adelaide are getting rain. I know they need it over on the Yorke Peninsula.

    Pearl; I've seen that type of rain on TV, fluffy white stuff you can shovel around. :)

    Delores; in our dryer than dry country we need lots of it.

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  8. That is great after the hot weather you've been having. Sorry but you may get more heat next week as we have a couple of days in the high 30s forecast in Perth.
    We have been promised showers here but nary a sign of precipitation so still watering the garden twice weekly and by hand for pots etc each day.
    Hopefully the rain will reduce the high fire danger in South Australia as well.

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