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First icicle of the season (and second and third)

By johnboy 22 June 2013 6

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Yep it got cold last night.

Pat has sent in this picture of the first icicle of the year hanging from his quad bike.

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UPDATE: From the frozen depths of Kambah Smee has this offering:

-5.3C in Kambah is cold.

Hi Guys,

Here is a pic of the lump of ice in our bird bath at 10:00 am this morning (Sat, 22nd).
It’s beats Johnboy’s icicle cold!

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(Note: Pat’s icicle!)


Harold has also sent this in:

Hi,

After seeing the first icicle of the season, I thought I would share this photo. It was taken yesterday, and I have no idea how that icicle grew vertically…

Cheers,
Harold

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smee 2:30 pm 23 Jun 13

Sorry, Pat’s Icicle…

smee 2:11 pm 23 Jun 13

I’m not seeing my pic.

Vindalu 10:05 am 23 Jun 13

Does that include the ones that hang off one’s nose?

GardeningGirl 9:09 pm 22 Jun 13

AsparagusSyndrome said :

This indicates that you got out of bed too early. My advice would be to remain under the doona until later in the morning, then you are less likely to encounter these nasty looking things.

LOL +1

AsparagusSyndrome 5:16 pm 22 Jun 13

This indicates that you got out of bed too early. My advice would be to remain under the doona until later in the morning, then you are less likely to encounter these nasty looking things.

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