This was about 2 families getting up to the test of being in a bush fire and a cyclone.
one of my recalls is that people say that being on the roof of your house is safe. But the “SES” don’t think it’s safe.
My second recalls is that having a lot of people in your family is good because then you can get prepared even quicker then 2 or 3. Never try and evacuate when a flood will come soon or later.
My third recall is not rush or else you will mess things up or won’t think properly.
My first question is what happens if you have 2 stories and your up stairs and your suppose to be down stairs what would happen?
My second question is how would you know if it has stop if your in a concealed place where you can’t hear anything?
I now know that you should not evacuate when a flood might come or cyclones or bush fires.
The whole 5/6’s were planning a camp to Canberra we thought about things, but during the session for sharing your ideas to play games on the bus she blurted a inappropriate game so loud she didn’t realize… however she realized that everyone look at her she could’t believe what she had said out loud. Everyone sat silent. Then the teacher said. “Everyone back to work!” she got so embarrassed she left the room crying. Everyone laughed and laughed. After the teacher went out and saw her outside next to the door, they talked and talked soon they both came inside.
I was in Spain driving on the famous huge Ponte Vella bridge, I barely saw the daffodils in the corner of my eye. I saw a few pink houses but they look more like red, I didn’t bother to look at them so I just kept going straight but I felt like I kept going in circles. So I stopped and tried to ask people but they didn’t say a word and just kept walking and I was confused why, after I found an ice cream shop I got the one that had sprinkles on it, it was really yummy.