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  1. #1
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    Default Aussie Aerial Pics (Dry Version)

    Hi all.

    Went for a spin over the house yesterday with a mate who doesn't mind a few G's and got some more pics of the house.

    After the hottest summer on record and the dryest first 5 months for over 40 years, this is what our place looks like.

    Compare it to the "Greener" version in my earlier post.

    Cheers

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    Default Re: Aussie Aerial Pics (Dry Version)

    Wow, pretty brown looking down there Neil. Not much grass to be cutting eh? Still have water in your pool [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Aussie Aerial Pics (Dry Version)

    Real nice looking place ya got there. It sure does look dry, I hope that you guys get some rain pretty soon. Are people around there having wells dry up yet, or is the groundwater level pretty stable?

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    Default Re: Aussie Aerial Pics (Dry Version)

    No groundwater here that I am aware of. Maybe it is there but it is very deep.

    We are on a town water supply (metered) so water isn't a problem but you pay for it. (Hence the suburbia appearance)

    Dam is almost empty. I got 5 months out of it, pumping about 24,000 litres per week out of it.

    Just waiting for rain now.................

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    Default Re: Aussie Aerial Pics (Dry Version)

    Wow, that's dry.

    I also see that your neighbor's house has re-appeared. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Aussie Aerial Pics (Dry Version)

    Yes unfortunately it is still there.

    And the bad news - He is building a shed the same size as mine, but 6' from our beoundary. Now that is stupid.

    Right outside my house too. - Clown !!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: Aussie Aerial Pics (Dry Version)

    Bummer! Sorry for bringing it up [img]/w3tcompact/icons/sad.gif[/img]

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