You transitioned while sleeping.
Not all things in Australia want to kill you...are you sure about that...?
If we had a squadron of magpies like this one in our air force....
Swooping season seems to be starting early this year. A couple are building a nest in the gum tree on the edge of the creek backing on to our place.
Time to buy some of these.
The ROW (rest of the world) members go Huh? WTFIHTA?
Or the cheaper method...
I kid you not. When I was in Malaysia in the late 1970s the government bought in crash helmet laws for motor cycle riders.
I used to see some people using ice cream tubs tied on their head with string as a "crash helmet".
This is the rare and dangerous Drop Lion that frequents Sorrento Western Australia and only seen when a moon is visible.
Law makers. In their infinite wisdom they might have enacted the helmet law as an anti-littering measure to prevent dispersion of brain matter when skulls shatter on concrete. An ice cream tub should work for that.
Our current forecast is incredibly mild - we wouldn't normally be seeing temps this chilly till October. Typically we get 45-47 C pretty consistently in July and August, but this year has been significantly different.
*sigh* I didn't happen to notice that the post I quoted was from 2017...
It's just the heat getting to you, we understand.
It's actually factual evidence of Global Warming.
Just spent 3 nights sleeping in a tinnie ( boat ) on the Daly river NT with a mate from Melbourne. Never seen a bloke so white when I pulled up on a beach and told him it was ok to go to the toilet as we had scared the crocs away.
Make sure you watch the video below
I just watched the video Andy.
I suddenly realised that you and your mate are quite brave, or quite mad, or both!
Even if your tinnie does have a 1.5 metre freeboard (or more).
Magpies can be just as dangerus as crocs mate. And crocs can't even fly!
Sometimes its not even safe on the golf course!
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