Re: Bushfires- Catastrophic conditionsHI there!...THanks for your good wishes. We feel so bad for those that have suffered so much loss and the wildlife have suffered terribly also. If my health was better I would be volunteering in the RFS but they won't have me. We are just in the process of packing a few bags of precious stuff hoping that they'll fit in the car..hoping that we can take the car We have been lucky where we are so far with bushfires seeing that our house backs on to national parkland. But this time we are taking nothing for granted. It's a bad one. Tomorrow - Tuesday here - has been graded at catastrophic level so fingers crossed, we're ready to bolt if necessary. We have a huge lake just a block away where the water cranes and air tankers swoop low to refill. So if worse comes to worse we can swim It's so weird. Today is gorgeous. 25 degrees, clear sky gentle breeze. And it's all going to change tomorrow. But without making light of anything, I have a feeling we will be OK. Just a matter of doing all you can. Wish us luck!
Re: Bushfires- Catastrophic conditions
Re: Bushfires- Catastrophic conditionsAs l said, on the ‘Red At Night’ thread, my son lives in Port Macquarie NSW and roads are closed, he had to drive up the beach to work.