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Note to the teachers

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Please excuse GOF from his normal class attendance at the Vox School of Life Studies because;

                                                               and constant

                                                                       mean that the

                                                  
put very little into the storage

                                                          
which causes the

                                                                    to tell the

                                                           to cut off all power to the

and everything else in the house when it detects a voltage lower than 11.9.

Thank you for your understanding.

P.S.  Gof's Paradise January 2010 rainfall;   910 mm (36 inches) with 27 wet days.

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  1. Excuses… He always did have a ready supply. 910mm. Heh! I'm from Toowoomba and we don't get that much in a year…

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  2. Wow – that's a lot of rain! You are hereby excused. Hope you keep your head above the water…

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  3. I thought I'd noticed gills growing on your avatar …

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  4. Hope you are back with us soon. It just is not the same when one of our neighbors is missing!

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  5. Holy carp – I hope kayaks are readily available!!

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  6. … business as usual, then?

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  7. Don't you have pedal generator back up power? No mains kick in? Oh too rustic for me….
    We have had 40mm…and we are excited!

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  8. Yeah, FD.You would reckon Mrs GOF would be out on the pushie just to keep GOF away from the kitchen.

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  9. Sounds like Manchester! Fingers crossed for better weather in Gof's Paradise soon….

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  10. We've had a bit of dark and precip ourselves. The sun came out yesterday and temp went all the way up to freezing! I ran out in a tshirt and snapped a piccie Commiserate with how it feels being cut-off from the internet! Particularly for those like us who live a bit farther out, eh?

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  11. I'm from Toowoomba and we don't get that much in a year… If you got as much rain as we do Snowy Toowoomba would probably slide down the mountain and end up somewhere around Gatton 🙂

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  12. You are hereby excused.Thank you Emjay.

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  13. I thought I'd noticed gills growing on your avatarAnd webbed feet………..a little sun today, so back in action.

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  14. business as usual, then?Sadly, yes.

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  15. No mains kick in?We might be able to have mains power for $100,000For that sort of money I could buy enough extension cords to plug myself in to one of Snowy's spare power points.

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  16. hope kayaks are readily available!!Fortunately we are on very high steep country so well above the high tide mark 🙂

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  17. Hope you are back with us soon.Thank you….we are getting little patches of sunshine now before the next burst of monsoon activity arrives.

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  18. just to keep GOF away from the kitchen.Ahh Pete…you know how to hurt a man…..and after all those wonderful recipes I provided too. 🙂

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  19. Sounds like Manchester!Except our rain is warm and doesn't turn to ice after it hits the ground 🙂

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  20. Commiserate with how it feels being cut-off from the internet! Particularly for those like us who live a bit farther out, eh? Yep, you don't appreciate how useful the internet is, until you don't have it for a while.Same applies to electricity 🙂

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  21. That reminds me I must show Liz the photos of the cooking. You have set a benchmark with the porridge.

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