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It's Been Hail 'Round Here Lately.
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Thought I'd join @nheiges in the diary keeping :-)

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a 40 feet long house is -3 feet above and -37 feet in front of the 40 feet long patio. the patio is on the ground. 1st 10 feet wide and 15.5 feet long steel is -13 feet in front of and -10 feet left of the house. it leans 60 degrees to the back. 2nd 10 feet wide and 15.5 feet long steel is right of the 1st steel.it leans 60 degrees to the back. 3rd 10 feet wide and 15.5 feet long steel is right of the 2nd steel. it leans 60 degrees to the back. 4th 10 feet wide and 15.5 feet long steel is right of the 3rd steel. it leans 60 degrees to the back. a 15 feet tall ladder is -17 feet left of and -6 inch in front of the patio. it leans 12 degrees to the back. 1st man is -4 feet in front of and -3.5 feet above the patio. he faces southwest. a 2nd man is right of and 3 feet in front of the ladder. he faces northwest. 5th 3 feet wide and 10 feet long steel is -3.5 feet left of and -4.1 feet behind and -6 feet above the 2nd man. it leans 35 degrees to the northeast. a 40 feet long and 15 feet wide sidewalk is -15 feet in front of the patio. it faces left. 1st huge flat cream puff is -4 feet in front of and -8 feet right of and -5.77 feet above the 4th steel. it leans 60 degrees to the back. 2nd 1.5 feet tall flat cream puff is -9 feet in front of and -9 feet right of and -3.2 feet above the 3rd steel. it leans 60 degrees to the back. a aqua flat sun symbol is -14 feet in front of and -7.5 feet left of and -10 feet above the patio. a window is -13.5 feet in front of and -11 feet left of and -15.5 feet above the patio. it leans 24 degrees to the back. a truck is 5 feet right of and -39 feet in front of the patio. the ground is grass. a 1.5 feet tall hammer is -3.5 feet above and -3.3 feet right of and -1.14 feet in front of the 1st man. it faces southwest. it leans 70 degrees to the southeast. the head of the hammer is silver. sun is autumn gold. the camera light is burlywood.
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hedgehog1965 (5/29/2021) 
They must be Texas-sized hailstones :-O
nheiges (5/29/2021) 
Oh no!!! Wonderfully realistic scene, but I'm sorry for what it depicts!
Nanook (5/29/2021) 
@hedgehog1965 truth be told, they said we broke records (that's not all that was broke) as God is my witness we had hail stones the size of cantelopes and bowling balls. A ranch a few miles northwest of us had documented basketball size hail that hit their silos. Texas size...guess we lived up to that one again though not something to be proud of.
KAWE (5/30/2021) 
oh my God
hedgehog1965 (5/30/2021) 
Well I hope you never see the likes of those again
nheiges (5/30/2021) 
That is terrifying!
Nanook (5/30/2021) 
As bad as it seemed for us we were actually blessed, just 10 miles east of us the little town there was decimated, even though the hail was somewhat smaller (golf ball to softball size). Crazy...
mohapn15 (5/31/2021) 
That is terrifying! But this is amazing!
Nanook (6/1/2021) 
Yeah and thanks :-)
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