A lot of the apples ended up on the ground as well as a heap of oranges. Same with the Indian Guavas but I'm not too concerned about those, the chooks can have them. I'll need to wipe these over and store them somewhere.
This is a massive shed not far from us and the brown roller door was flapping around on Sunday. It's not in place now so will be flapping again tonight.
I found a strange thing...in the driveway between son's car and my van was lots of broken glass. At first I thought one of us had lost a windscreen but all windows are intact. Maybe some glass got blown in...dunno, but there is quite a bit and it looks like glass from a windscreen...it wasn't there earlier in the day, before the storm.
Bleedin' gas hotwater heater blew out again and I cannot relight the stupid thing. Every time we get strong winds this thing blows out. We had it serviced not long ago and the guy was getting it to light sraight away so I have no idea why I cant do the same. If I get to the stage where I can't stand my smelly self I will bring the camping shower inside.
We had no power for maybe 20 hours. It's times like this when I really appreciate my small house and the woodfire.
Have spoken with someone in Brunswick Junction and nearly 2 days later and they still have no power so all her homegrown veg and other food may have to go for dogfood.
The chookpens are waterlogged and muddy and I need to put dry hay in their sheds this afternoon.
We got off pretty lightly and hope for the same tonight but must get out there and see what I can do before the next one gets here. Stay safe everyone. Take care.