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High on a Hill

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Today’s prompt…

I think it took a lot of hard work to get this tank up so high! We spotted it on the road to Maryborough.

Here our tanks are replenishing quickly as steady rain continues πŸ™‚

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Comments on: "High on a Hill" (7)

  1. Okay – a quick glance and it also looks like it is erected behind the sand mound – tricks on our eyes πŸ™‚

  2. Glad you are getting some useful rain, Sandra. Only an odd sprinkle here over the past couple of days. Didn’t even lay the dust!

    • Hopefully, your turn is coming. I can see lots of activity on the weather site. We’ve just had 21mm in less than 20minutes! Not so much it was damaging like so many people are experiencing but rather exciting and fun watching it. It came so quickly the inlet on the tank couldn’t cope but we must be 3/4 full by now anyway. Our dam went up about 4 feet in less than two hours. It looks like more coming our way overnight, too! Hope you get a good share of it πŸ™‚

  3. Great to know you’re getting rain at last – hope it stays a while πŸ™‚

    • Wonderful rain here, unlike the overload in some areas. A lovely green tinge all over the block and I haven’t had to water for two days and probably won’t have to for a few more πŸ™‚

  4. Sorry, Lancer…I just don’t understand the purpose for the tank being higher off the ground. So very odd–do they think it will collect more the higher it is?

    So very pleased to hear of your gentle rains, and that the dam is filling! After all, it IS Autumn today (there) and you’ve all held up well through the extreme Summer–Congratulations!!!

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