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Natimuk and Araps flooding

Sarah Gara
9/12/2010
9:01:18 AM
nah I just meant the kids sliding. but yeah those guys on jet skis were being silly - I didn't see them at the skate partkthough.

I was trying to do that wakeboard well it was actually a knee board. It was fun - I did get wacked into a stump though when I came off. -dangerous maybe, but fun also. The bridge did hold. but do't know whether I would have been happy atanding on the bridge while we were doing it!! One of those lads is Woody the guy I took out on Sunday to do guiding light. x

MisterGribble
9/12/2010
10:44:54 AM
On 9/12/2010 Sarah Gara wrote:
>anyone got an internet link to that - I was busy playing in the lake -the
>news I saw showed a 4sec clip of jury st. and no mention of people playing
>in flood water
>
http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/201012/r686532_5124409.asx

Olbert
9/12/2010
1:33:08 PM
3 hours away from nati. Is this a bad idea?
kieranl
9/12/2010
2:01:31 PM
On 9/12/2010 Olbert wrote:
>3 hours away from nati. Is this a bad idea?
Nati's fine. If you're going to have problems it will be in central Vic

hangdog
9/12/2010
2:12:19 PM

>Some people are such grumps - have you thought of opening a climbing store
>or cafe here? you'd fit right in.

Was that an invitation?!! If it was then you should read my previous comments re the lovely Nati.
Just because we don't agree on the ambience of a place doesn't mean that i am a grump. I just have an alternative view. I am sure Nati is the kind of place to embrace all the different views that exist in society ;)
And on a more serious note i hope nobody was affected too much by the flooding :) and everybody came out of it ok and had a group hug.
JDB
9/12/2010
2:18:41 PM
I don't think I've seen Nati that wet since the locals caught wind of the fact that Simey was moving into town....................

Eduardo Slabofvic
9/12/2010
2:47:16 PM
On 9/12/2010 JDB wrote:
>I don't think I've seen Nati that wet since the locals caught wind of the
>fact that Simey was moving into town....................

That's not true. We got just as wet when he first said he was going to open a Cafe.

Butters81
9/12/2010
3:05:08 PM
On 8/12/2010 hangdog wrote:
>You now i thought with a bit of rain and greenery Nati wouldnt look like
>a Sh# t Hole, just goes to show how wrong you can be.

I've never shared your optimism
Wendy
9/12/2010
4:55:43 PM
On 9/12/2010 MisterGribble wrote:
>On 9/12/2010 Sarah Gara wrote:
>>anyone got an internet link to that - I was busy playing in the lake
>-the
>>news I saw showed a 4sec clip of jury st. and no mention of people playing
>>in flood water
>>
>http://www.abc.net.au/reslib/201012/r686532_5124409.asx

did you recognise your street in the photo behind the presenter sarah?
>
>

D.Lodge
9/12/2010
6:11:32 PM
HAHAHAHAH go Enga, would be doing the exact same thing.

masterofrup
9/12/2010
9:05:59 PM
Kind of a related aside. How is the Lake going/looking like ending up? I kind of miss Nati Lake.

MisterGribble
9/12/2010
9:53:10 PM
And is Toolondo filling up?
Fizz
9/12/2010
10:26:19 PM
On 9/12/2010 masterofrup wrote:
>Kind of a related aside. How is the Lake going/looking like ending up?
>I kind of miss Nati Lake.

Still a long way to go before it flows out the other side into Wyn Wyn. Relatively minor flood as far as the creek goes (the houses that were under threat this time usually go under in a decent flow), but still a lot of water to come down before it stops flowing again so fingers crossed.

As for Toolondo, not much of a natural run off for it, was filled and maintained by channel in the past and the water catchment people don't see it as a priority. The only hope for it is if Rocklands fills and they divert water into it. Not holding my breath. Shame as it was the best waterway around to spend time at on hot summer days (set up on one of the islands over the other side).
kieranl
9/12/2010
10:56:20 PM
And, sadly, GWM water are now letting water flow into Green Lake to be wasted for water skiing. The people of Horsham have been like spoiled children demanding their toys back as soon as a half-way reasonable year came along. It's not enough that they have a good river running through the town and a large permanent lake 5 minutes away from Green Lake, they have to have things back the way they were. It makes me sick really.

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