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    Hi Vernon.
    Still got two Doona's on my bed, still keeping up with the minus 1 or 2 down here. A mte said his fram was covered in snow again on Friday.
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    Yep Des
    This Weather is absolutely Balmy mate! I really dont know what happening!
    Today and a few days past, very cold here with High Winds maiking it even colder, and at this time of the Year!

    Heck mate when we came here to Aus in 1980 cannot recall for many Years after it being so cold in November!

    And some say ther is no Climate Change!! Flack coming in! LOL
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    Keep Warm there!
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    Your Safe Vernon, flack is packing his bags for his next cruise. LoL
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    Flack here reporting for duty!!!

    Yes we are having the oddest of Novembers I can ever recall.
    Looking back through my records, yes still have some not all CD, there has not been one like it.

    Back in the 80's, 90's and up until about 5 years ago there were always about 4 real good beach days prior to Christmas, 30 plus degrees.
    They have gone missing of late.

    Today maximum of about 12 which is closer to our winter temps, not spring.

    But by the end of the week if the weather man have got it right, they do sometimes, we will have about 25 or 26 with more to come.

    Still have heaters going, never after about Remembrance Day in past years so here comes the gas bill!!

    But still only the doona for us, works well.
    AS to sleeping in basic, started many years ago when I had to do a paper round, that was before the paper shop blew away, I had to get up at 0500 hours and ride my bike down to the shop and begin to deliver at 0600 hours.
    Thought if I slept naked it would be easier to get out of bed quickly. But when you are just about ten years old your mind works very differently
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy daze john in oz View Post
    Flack here reporting for duty!!!


    Thought if I slept naked it would be easier to get out of bed quickly. But when you are just about ten years old your mind works very differently
    First frost this Autumn this morning, -4*C, usually get frosts starting in October.
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    #64.. shouldn’t that be spelt fluk John . Of course it could be flek , flik or flok also . JS ..
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    Made a mistake yesterday, my wife said put a jacket on over your jumper, I should have listened, when we came out of the club it was so cold and the wind was so strong, I had trouble walking to the car, talk about bitter cold, thought I was back in the North Atlantic.
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    Now Des, tell the truth you had three schooners not two.

    Cold down here and rain and wind, then the sun comes out, well for a few minutes then goes and hides again.
    Must be shy!!
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    Yep woke this Morning to take her Indoors to the Station, wind Howling like the clappers, cold as said felt like Minus 8.3 and it did! Brrrr! All day been freezing here top of some 4 i think!
    But they say that better days on the way from Tomorrow! Yipeeee!
    Shhh!! LOL
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    Warmer today, but the 'climate changers 'are at it again.
    Doomsday according to them.

    But in 1876 the floods were higher than now.

    Remember,

    'I love a sunburned country
    A land of sweeping plains
    Of rugged mountain ranges
    Of droughts and flooding rains.'

    Written many years ago and it was a reflection of the country
    Still applies today
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