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Offline olev

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NSW cyclone
« on: 23.04. 2015 21:37 »
That was a nasty storm the other day.
It's not often you see pictures of houses floating down the street.
I see Musky is still talking, but wonder how the 2 Trevs (and others) got on?
Hope everyone is ok?   
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Offline trevinoz

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Re: NSW cyclone
« Reply #1 on: 23.04. 2015 22:17 »
Water everywhere, horrific wind and no electricity for two days but no damage.
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Re: NSW cyclone
« Reply #2 on: 24.04. 2015 10:32 »
Saw a clip of that house floating about doesn't bear thinking about ,hope all forum members and there loved ones are safe and sound  out in Oz  and also that it doesn't dampen the celebrations  for Anzak day. Best wishs to you all BobH.
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Re: NSW cyclone
« Reply #3 on: 24.04. 2015 10:35 »
Only a few weeks ago I was camped at the next river 15km west of Dungog. The Hunter and mid North Coast got the worst of it. Down here was just another bad weather week.
Winter just around the corner for some great (read dry) riding weather.
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Bob got in while I was typing. Thanks for your concern. I'm working ANZAC day. Might have one throw of two up with the boss for the days pay on heads.
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