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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by w3stie, Mar 24, 2014.
I thought you guys were upside down, not sideways
Roo takes shelter from the storm;
Batten down the hatches Trev ( and all up there).
It's been sunny here for the last few days.... hardly any wind...
I hope it all stays up there as it fizzles out over the land.... it is the best part of 1000 K's north of here, though it might fill in to the south with some rain......
The Noosa lads will be hoping for some good sized surf to build up in a few days...
Hope there are no casualties. Surf will be up after a couple of days. Wish I was young again. Take care you all.
It was a bit of a blow, but it seems no casualties.
In the midst of all that destruction, two babies born, one in the ambulance station.
I know it was about 700km north of where I was holidaying, but I'm glad we left when we did.
Last report I saw it looked pretty bad for a big area. Lots of wreckage. i guess cyclone is the down under word for hurricane.
Cyclone is another word for tornado in some of the plains states.
I'm online to WA today.... North Point, Cowaramup is firing 6-8 foot.... a slabbing right hander... check it out...
Drought's broken ...
I'm in Bundaberg and we've been inundated for about the last half to three quarters of an hour with really heavy cyclonic rain like I remembered from when I was a kid in Mackay.
I'd estimate about an inch or so in that one downpour but has eased in the last 5 minutes.
We get quite a few cyclones here in Oz but we could sure do without 'em.
another day of EPIC waves in WA.... check link above....
big Hawaiian style A frames triple overhead.... classic...
That's all coming our way soon, Dave....
we had @ 7" last night.... it's saturated down here too..
Cyclone, hurricane, typhoon, regional names for same thing.
I am so very, very happy that the weather here at Coorparoo is so boring.
My truest wish is that it remains so for the rest of you.
All the Best , Gerry.
This bull shark was washed up by the cyclone in Ayr.
Sharklone? Way to buck the stereotype Australia.
you're never too old ...
This swim team has an average age of 90 — and they've come back to break records
They may have an average age of 90, but the 360 squad from Sydney are preparing to break a national record after overcoming tragedy within their own ranks.
Six months ago they lost one of their members on the eve of their first attempt at the record for the Masters Swimming organisation.
The team's 93-year-old breaststroker, John-William Steen, passed away in his home the day before the race.