Friday, February 5, 2010

'Casual Water'

Definition: A temporary accumulation of water on the golf course. In other words, a lake is not casual water, but a puddle of rainwater (that will disappear once the sun comes out) is.



G'day,
At last, some rain! 30mm in a storm last night. Alright, alright you NQ'ers, if there was another zero on that you might be impressed. I'll take 30mm any day.

Here's a piece of course infrastructure that hasn't been used in a while ...


Gotta go, the mowers will need sharpening now.
Regards,
Gouldiae




4 comments:

  1. After nothing! - 30mm is a very good start. Hope you good more soon.

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  2. It all adds up. Looks like it may be 'dry' Wet up here.

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  3. The Bureau is promising us that the next "low" will run down further to the south.
    let's hope so.
    Cheers
    Denis

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  4. Hello Gouldiae,

    The Hunter Valley and Northwest Plains (NSW) have had a good share of the rain, too. I had the chance to visit the semi-arid Pilliga district over the weekend, and I have never seen it look so lush. This is of course due to the Christmas flooding of the region, and now some follow up rain must be very welcome.

    I don't have lawns on your scale to attend to, but still, I will have to get my mower working too.

    Cheers,
    Gaye

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