Yesterday I spoke about the fastest growing extreme sport currently on our shores here in Australia: Kite surfing. But as with all extreme sports, there is an element of danger.
Having sold you (hopefully) on the excitement of the sport, it would be very wrong of me not to warn you of those dangers.
The old adage “look before you leap” applies here in Australia as much as it does anywhere else in the world. Take a look at this very short clip……
I didn’t see, was that a Qantas?
Storm season update.
No hail today, but this time we get…….
“Dust sweeps into Brisbane and southeast”
That was today’s main headline for the online the Courier Mail.
“STRONG westerly winds have blown a dust haze across southeast Queensland, reducing visibility and sparking health warnings.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Michael Knepp said: “The dust haze will hang around the south-east for the rest of the day and should clear sometime this evening”
He said the dust is being brought in by very windy conditions, but Brisbane shouldn’t expect any further dust storms this week.”
Ahh, great! No more dust storms this week. But I do wonder what tomorrow will bring. Don’t you?