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 Post subject: Cyclone Debbie! Is everyone okay?
Unread postPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2017 7:22 am 
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We have had some good rain here & a few trees down but as we are on high ground we have not had any problems. The creek flooded but my wife has a Toyota Hilux diesel 4WD ute with a canopy, so she was able to get out the back way at times when she could not ford the creek.
How is everyone else? Are you all okay?
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Living on the other side of the world can be quite the disconnect to local occurrences. I'm glad no harm came to you. How large was the cyclone; did it pass through Wychwood forest?
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Living on the other side of the world can be quite the disconnect to local occurrences. I'm glad no harm came to you. How large was the cyclone; did it pass through Wychwood forest?


No the cyclone was no where near us, it was in Queensland, but it did effect the weather here & elsewhere. I hear another cyclone has hit New Zealand, worst in 50 years. If this is all due to climate change, then there is more to come!
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We in San Antonio have ourselves been hit with several tornadoes in the last few months, downtown in fact! There is definitely something strange happening on this planet.
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