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Getting colder as the day progresses.

Perfect for the slow cooker to be making corned beef and cabbage! And drinking for St Patrick, of course! 

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Perfect weather after cold, cold, cold.

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After last week's blizzard, we had a weekend of clear, blue skies and temps in the low 50's...PERFECT!

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Such a beautiful morning. Quite cold, the puddles are frozen, but the light and the air are awesome. And the birds are singing like crazy, they are in full rainforest mode.

I should spend this morning in a nice Café, with a huge cappuccino and a croissant. :coffee:    But the coffee in my office is ok and all the colleagues are in a fantastic mood, so, nothing to complain.

 

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No wind, no rain, a mild 52f, pretty good after the constant rain of the past few days, the sun is hiding behind the clouds but the rain has gone that's the main thing, none forecast either..

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Dry. Can't believe it. Had a round of golf today. What a joy !! Can't swear to it but I thought I saw the currant bun. 

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69 and partly cloudy today...BEAUTIFUL!  Rain/ snow mix all day this Friday tough.

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The heats coming soon enough to Phoenix!

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Spring weather. The smell of honeysuckle in the air.

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20 mins of rain, then 40 mins of sun. Rinse and repeat. Bloody rain better make like the Russian Ballet and Fuckofski. I'm going camping in 3 days!

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Posted (edited)
3 hours ago, rm2551 said:

20 mins of rain, then 40 mins of sun. Rinse and repeat. Bloody rain better make like the Russian Ballet and Fuckofski. I'm going camping in 3 days!

We could never camping here man. Last time we did ( on Anglesey) we nearly died of exposure, and that was in mid summer. Watch out for those snakes. ;)

Enjoy your nights under canvas brother. Taking the Weber and the Eskie?

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Posted (edited)
29 minutes ago, chillumpuffer said:

We could never camping here man. Last time we did ( on Anglesey) we nearly died of exposure, and that was in mid summer. Watch out for those snakes. ;)

Enjoy your nights under canvas brother. Taking the Weber and the Eskie?

Esky - of course! Weber - no, but we have a little BBQ we take just for camping. Bacon, eggs, tomatos, hash browns each morning.

There aren't snakes there. It's a freakin paradise. Thats the caravan park on the corner. Beach on one side, river on the other. We are near the edge of the river so Kayaks will be going straight in. :)

The only thing is these shithouse non stop easterly winds are probably going to push blue bottles (Man-o-war) onto the beach which will be a pain in the ass - or where ever the stinger gets you.

Cotton Tree Caravan Park.jpg

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13 minutes ago, rm2551 said:

Esky - of course! Weber - no, but we have a little BBQ we take just for camping. Bacon, eggs, tomatos, hash browns each morning.

There aren't snakes there. It's a freakin paradise. Thats the caravan park on the corner. Beach on one side, river on the other. We are near the edge of the river so Kayaks will be going straight in. :)

The only thing is these shithouse non stop easterly winds are probably going to push blue bottles (Man-o-war) onto the beach which will be a pain in the ass - or where ever the stinger gets you.

Cotton Tree Caravan Park.jpg

Beautiful scene right there man. Jellies? Bastards of the sea. Better than the Box Jellies you get up north? This is the best you get over here: 

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11 hours ago, chillumpuffer said:

This is the best you get over here: 

hahaha - we have similar local to where I live - 2 suburbs over where it is "low end". To be avoided....

No jelly fish. At least hopefully. Never seen one in all the years we go up there. The Box Jellies are a lot further up north like Cairns (2hr flight) so no probs there - but with climate change there are now reports of them coming further and further south which is no good as they are deadly (deadly because the pain is so severe the shock kills you).

Like I said, this place is paradise. And I'll be putting on a lot of Zep through my little BT speaker too.

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....they were right.  Yesterday was 78 degrees.  Right now it's 32 and a blizzard....and the worst of the blizzard is yet to hit us! 

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Woke up this morning to a sheet of ice covered by 9 inches of snow and 22 degrees.  Fortunately, the wind died down...yesterday afternoon the snow was actually falling horizontally!

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On 4/3/2019 at 1:28 PM, rm2551 said:

Esky - of course! Weber - no, but we have a little BBQ we take just for camping. Bacon, eggs, tomatos, hash browns each morning.

There aren't snakes there. It's a freakin paradise. Thats the caravan park on the corner. Beach on one side, river on the other. We are near the edge of the river so Kayaks will be going straight in. :)

The only thing is these shithouse non stop easterly winds are probably going to push blue bottles (Man-o-war) onto the beach which will be a pain in the ass - or where ever the stinger gets you.

Cotton Tree Caravan Park.jpg

WOW!!!!!!!!! AWESOME!!!!! Please feel free to post more pics of this fantastic place. The water and the sand are so beautiful.

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It's still very cold. Less than 10C at day, around 0C at night. But we had already a few days with 22C.

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