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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Digger, Feb 20, 2015.
What do all of those different colored lines mean?
It looks like the wiring in one of my guitars.
14 C and showers....yawn~
It's another grey rainy day here, High of 15C. You can feel the change in weather in the mornings & evenings lately, It's markedly cooler & damper.
It's another 'orrible grey day with a high of 15C today......and Rain. Looks like a couch potato day in front of the TV, might pick a few films out to watch.
Jeez LP it's a wonder you don't get cabin fever mate!
I'm looking at my dam with almost the lowest levels I can remember since we enlarged it in 1998 and feeling very jealous of all that lovely rain.
20 C here today, drizzle only.
No cabin fever here and I might buy one of these today???
cold and rainy at 12-15°C here
Holy Moly Digger WoW what a piece o kit. I'd be out on that thing 24/7 if I had land like you, That's gotta be everymans dream machine.
Another 'orrible wet wild windy day here, A high of 13C today. We've just had storm Aileen' barrel through overnight with winds of 65mph & heavy rain, Nothing like the poor people who were affected from Hurricane 'Irma'. Still very blowy & wet yet.
Not sure if I can manage it yet LP, still waiting for a final price but you are right the possibilities are endless!
Keep your flash cars, tractors can do sooooooo many things and are much more fun!
Hoping it comes in at or below $25k.
I mowed today and it was lovely until late afternoon. Temps dropped, clouded over and tried to rain, but failed miserably.
It's obviously been trying to rain overnight and is cloudy & windy this morning as it got light.
Top is expected to be 15 C.
Have to fit new blades to my mower today and that is a mongrel of a job!
I hope you can work a deal for it Digger, It's a mighty fine machine.
I remember when I was in driver training taking my Class 1 articulated HGV licence in the early 1970's, The place where we practiced reversing 40 foot trailers ready for the test was next to a JCB training ground where they practiced digging trenches with the bucket. I think I spent every tea break watching those guys dying for a go in one lol.
It's a much better day today weather wise after what seems like weeks of incessant rain. 13C & cloudy with a glimpse of blue sky.
It feels like Summer is gone (what little we saw of it here) this morning had a real Autumnal feel to it, the conservatory windows were full of condensation & you could see your breath in there, Time to get the thicker sweaters out of the wardrobe me thinks.
The price came in higher than I'd hoped and there will be no petty cash around for a while but I'm going in tomorrow to order it.
You are welcome to have a drive but only if you could stand a place where it's not raining all the time....Grin
19 C and a few showers.
A high of 15C with showers today, I was hoping to get some gardening done today especially mowing the grass, but the lawns are still sodden, you leave deep foot prints in the grass when you walk on them.
I'll just have to play some guitar instead then.
22 C and gorgeous though expected to be very windy later!!
We lucked out, a few hot miserable days with no power, but the house is intact.
We just got power back about 13 hours ago.
"Spaghetti" models. Potential tracks of the center of the eye of the storm based on computer modeling. The Euro and USGS tend to be most accurate.
15 C here today and I might head down the back and cut a bit more firewood as it's still cool most nights.
20 C and nice on the river this morning. Wanted to try out a new front mounted trolling motor...went well when I finally figured out how to use the remote?????
Whats that blue stuff over the trees! We haven't seen that colour in forever. Looks nice on the river mate.
Foggy here this morning, I can barely see the other side of the street. 14C and yet more rain forecast for later this afternoon.
It cleared up after that and was totally clear blue sky, sorry L.P. A nice warm day all around.
It was still cold when I launched but turned out nice otherwise my short sleeves might not have been the best choice.
Thats the Mitchell River and it runs through our town Bairnsdale.
We're back to sunny skies and hot, but I've got AC now so all is well.