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Re: Fall Storm

Postby asapjun » Oct 17th, 2017, 5:18 pm

We have used these for years but as someone says it maybe looks like you can find them anymore... but there are allot of others .. https://www.amazon.com/Tacklife-Anemome ... B01MU5V05B
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby oneh2obabe » Oct 17th, 2017, 6:10 pm

Wind meters available in Canada from Amazon.ca - 3 are rated 4.5/5
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby Noisy Boater » Oct 17th, 2017, 6:15 pm

We opted for a portable self assembly type sundeck cover for a thousand bucks from Rona instead of a permanent roof. Its now upside down 15 ft off the deck in the back yard. Damn wind.!!! :-X
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby Bsuds » Oct 17th, 2017, 6:16 pm

I have never tried Yoga but I bent over to pick up my keys once so I'm pretty sure I wouldn't like it.
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby asapjun » Oct 17th, 2017, 7:17 pm

Noisy Boater wrote:We opted for a portable self assembly type sundeck cover for a thousand bucks from Rona instead of a permanent roof. Its now upside down 15 ft off the deck in the back yard. Damn wind.!!! :-X


dang damit!!!
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby Fancy » Oct 17th, 2017, 8:02 pm

That's not fun. On the other hand, I'm enjoying picking up all the neighbour's leaves (sarcasm ha ha).
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby motorhomebabe » Oct 17th, 2017, 8:39 pm

Poor little Quail ran into the neighbours garage and wouldn't come out.

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Re: Fall Storm

Postby Noisy Boater » Oct 17th, 2017, 8:41 pm

It is a metal four post structure about 10x15 ft. Slopes from about 8ft to 6 ft with side curtains and 3 sets of 3 panels that slide into each other to make it open air roof or slide them closed for nasty weather. Havent figured out how to get it from ground level up 20ft over deck railing. It may end up at Knox metal recycle. :-X
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby monroe » Oct 17th, 2017, 9:34 pm

Frisk wrote:
Check my post in the nice weather thread from yesterday. I'm keeping an eye on the prairies, too.

Seriously though I hope you guys don't have grass fires. It can get nasty this time of year when the wind starts blowing like that, like what happened around Lethbridge in 2011 and 2012.


Yeap, we're getting some of the smoke from that plus the smoke from all the farmer's burning off all the "stubble" from their fields. This going on all around the area.
Alot of it is low lying smoke. The smoke looks to me like how id imagine a WW1 gas attack, floating over the hills and settling into the culverts on either side of the hiway.
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby Queen K » Oct 17th, 2017, 9:49 pm

I got caught in the rain pelleting down between the house and the car. Dang it.

And Monroe, that smoke effect sounds like a cool thing to capture on digital. Got camera clubs out there? A good thing to learn in the dead of Winter?
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby monroe » Oct 17th, 2017, 9:57 pm

Noisy Boater wrote:It is a metal four post structure about 10x15 ft. Slopes from about 8ft to 6 ft with side curtains and 3 sets of 3 panels that slide into each other to make it open air roof or slide them closed for nasty weather. Havent figured out how to get it from ground level up 20ft over deck railing. It may end up at Knox metal recycle. :-X


Shame on you. We were looking at that one. There are anchor points on all 4 corners. A few 4" lagbolts would have been a good idea.

We were at the top of Springfield looking down over spring valley. On windy days, If it wasnt anchored down, it either ended up in the pool or over the fence.
We learned PDQ to nail everything down.
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby monroe » Oct 17th, 2017, 10:02 pm

Queen K wrote:I got caught in the rain pelleting down between the house and the car. Dang it.

And Monroe, that smoke effect sounds like a cool thing to capture on digital. Got camera clubs out there? A good thing to learn in the dead of Winter?


Hey missy :biggrin:
I will work up the courage and find somwhere to put up the few pics ive taken whilst being out here.

Theres a place called Cranberry Flats here. Very picturesque and tons of birds :)
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby Noisy Boater » Oct 17th, 2017, 10:13 pm

monroe wrote:
Noisy Boater wrote:It is a metal four post structure about 10x15 ft. Slopes from about 8ft to 6 ft with side curtains and 3 sets of 3 panels that slide into each other to make it open air roof or slide them closed for nasty weather. Havent figured out how to get it from ground level up 20ft over deck railing. It may end up at Knox metal recycle. :-X


Shame on you. We were looking at that one. There are anchor points on all 4 corners. A few 4" lagbolts would have been a good idea.

We were at the top of Springfield looking down over spring valley. On windy days, If it wasnt anchored down, it either ended up in the pool or over the fence.
We learned PDQ to nail everything down.

I opted not to lag it to my deck as I didnt want to put holes in my new vinyl decking. Holes in vinyl = leaking which causes deck rot on my new new deck
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby jasond_71 » Oct 18th, 2017, 3:28 pm

In Coldstream our trampoline took flight and landed in neighbors front yard. Glad it didn't hit a car, house or person:(
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Re: Fall Storm

Postby Attuma » Oct 18th, 2017, 5:39 pm

It was extremely windy in Keremeos yesterday with crazy wind
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