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Old Jul 25th 2006, 1:28 pm
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For those who like to see whats out there
http://www.ibiseye.com/betapublicsafeprimeb/index.aspx
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Old Jul 25th 2006, 2:08 pm
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Thats pretty cool.
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Old Jul 25th 2006, 2:13 pm
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Originally Posted by Angry White Pyjamas
Thats pretty cool.
Interesting to go back and see the path of all the old storms ..
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For those who like to see whats out there
http://www.ibiseye.com/betapublicsafeprimeb/index.aspx
That satisfied the geek in me for the day - thanks Ray
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Are you in your storm season now?
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Are you in your storm season now?
Yeah, it's hurricane season
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Old Jul 27th 2006, 1:27 pm
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Yeah, it's hurricane season
Love storms...though obviously know the damage they can do...

We had a tornado go through here last year...which was rare for Melbourne...fish and trees everywhere !

Remember sitting alone in my wooden house thinking WTF am I doing here...I'd only landed 2 weeks before
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Love storms...though obviously know the damage they can do...

We had a tornado go through here last year...which was rare for Melbourne...fish and trees everywhere !

Remember sitting alone in my wooden house thinking WTF am I doing here...I'd only landed 2 weeks before
I usually love them, and can be found on the deck in a thunderstomr just waiting to see the lightening strike. In the last few weeks we've had some huge ones though, luckily no tornados or hurricanes to speak of as yet (and touch wood none to come) but the thunder and lightening and flash flooding has had me running for the middle floors of our house a couple of times recently!

Got a bizarre picture of fish in trees in my head now...I know you said fish AND trees, but ....vivid imagination!
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Originally Posted by suzimc
I usually love them, and can be found on the deck in a thunderstomr just waiting to see the lightening strike. In the last few weeks we've had some huge ones though, luckily no tornados or hurricanes to speak of as yet (and touch wood none to come) but the thunder and lightening and flash flooding has had me running for the middle floors of our house a couple of times recently!

Got a bizarre picture of fish in trees in my head now...I know you said fish AND trees, but ....vivid imagination!
LOL - yes, did say fish and trees.....fish in peoples gardens etc being blown from the sea

Have fun, not fear with them!!

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LOL - yes, did say fish and trees.....fish in peoples gardens etc being blown from the sea

Have fun, not fear with them!!

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I usually love 'em - I surprised myself when I got a fright
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LOL - yes, did say fish and trees.....fish in peoples gardens etc being blown from the sea

Have fun, not fear with them!!

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Found a picture of the start......whole thing then the rains came too for 36 hours
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Found a picture of the start......whole thing then the rains came too for 36 hours
What a great pic. I have some of the beginning of a storm that I took from our 18th floor apartment a few months ago, will try to dig them out at some point...
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