22 . 33 . 22 . 33 . 33 . 18 . 21
The numbers in degree Celsius predicted for our weather for this week gone by.
Funny thing about last weeks’ post was that as soon as it was sent a strange wind howled on in – whipping through the tops of the pine and gum trees – causing such a hullabaloo, not only on our homestead but around our town. Just outside of town a poor man was caught in the throws of the storm while fishing and sadly never made it to shore alive. Fallen trees brought down power lines and the rain disturbed the already sorely neglected infrastructure to the water pipelines that carry water to our suburb. So, no electricity and no water for the rest of the weekend. We would have coped without the water, as we do have a water tank in place for times such as these, but Rob had just filled the very low pool for fear of burning out the pool pump, an expense we could just not entertain. We are kitted out with solar emergency lights, which Rob has set up, throughout our home and we do have a gas stove to cook and make tea and warm water on. In reality we were absolutely fine and thankfully safe this time and I am so very grateful for that.
Here’s a small clip of those howls that screeched through the tips of the trees.Loading Likes...