Tropical Cyclones do not usually come this far down the Western Australian coast but it is not unknown. One of my first childhood memories is of my mother tucking towels under doors in our home in the Great Southern. It was 1978 and Cyclone Alby was tracking right down toward Albany. I am not sure why it stands out in my mind. Perhaps because it was the first time I had seen my parents worried.
Last night we had some thunder and lightning pass over at about 3.30 am. Both Farmchildren wound up in our bed with their hands over their ears. Farmgirl was worried the lightning would come through the window and Farmboy just didn't like "the bangs".
Living on The Farm we are so influenced by the weather. I don't have time to write much this morning but I did write a whole post devoted to the weather when I first started to blog. Click here if you want to take a look.
Take care everyone, wherever you are.
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