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Zasso if you’d stop dressing like Kublai Khan maybe the kamikaze would stop seeking you out

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Zasso Nouka wrote:
Thu Oct 08, 2020 9:36 pm
Your eternal optimism is a credit to you Gonbechan :lol:, sadly for us here it looks like we'll be getting the full works. Going to spend tomorrow securing everything for the worst. :doh: :angry-screaming: :angry-banghead: :crying-yellow:
Same here, my mate here rekons that because we might get the left hand side Mt hakone will protect us, but still....

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VanillaEssence wrote:
Thu Oct 08, 2020 10:40 pm
Zasso if you’d stop dressing like Kublai Khan maybe the kamikaze would stop seeking you out
In all the Korean dramas Mrs Nouka watches the Mongols have the coolest punk rock haircuts and leather studded clothes :lol:
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Fri Oct 09, 2020 6:39 am
Same here, my mate here rekons that because we might get the left hand side Mt hakone will protect us, but still....
Well there is a glimmer of hope

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If it edges just a little further south maybe we can all enjoy some of the that sweet sweet left hand side action :pray:

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Looks like we dodged this one

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Don't think I've ever seen one turn around and head back south.

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Zasso Nouka wrote:
Sat Oct 10, 2020 7:39 am
Looks like we dodged this one

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Don't think I've ever seen one turn around and head back south.
I see you took my advice

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Well it's gone from erect to floppy.
Fantastic.
I write a load of bollocks, don't take me seriously.

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DocDoesFarming wrote:
Sat Oct 10, 2020 11:50 am
Well it's gone from erect to floppy.
Fantastic.
Oh err missus, fnarr fnarr :D

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DocDoesFarming wrote:
Sat Oct 10, 2020 11:50 am
Well it's gone from erect to floppy.
Fantastic.
so we had a jizzle instead of a fizzle, but that is still ok haha.
\it's rather windy here but that is about it.

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I write a load of bollocks, don't take me seriously.

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Post by Zasso Nouka »

Can we wrap this thread up for the year or is anyone expecting a last minute typhoon to rush in and wreak devastation upon us all ?

This is the first year since coming here we've not had a single typhoon pound our area and to be honest that's pretty awesome. However I do wonder if the totally miserable September and October weather we had was the price to be paid. Rain almost every day and if it wasn't raining it was heavily overcast which either rotted off all of our lettuce or caused things to grow incredible slowly so we are way behind where we should be at this time of year. Having said that things are catching up now we are starting to get some sunshine and the lastest lot of salad lettuce seems to be doing well.

So fingers crossed for the next week or two that we don't get any typhoons :pray: