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Went on a great 20km hike to the Wäscherschloss (lit. Launderer Castle) with my mate. Unfortunately, the castle was closed (only opens on Sundays and public holidays), so we had to peek under the door with our cameras.

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Sunny and a few clouds, very windy, my hat blew off a few times, perfect 20°C hiking weather. Could have been a few degrees less, though. We walked through some beautiful scenery, especially when it is lit up by the sun. Really gorgeous views and paths. I should go over there more often. Last time was almost exactly two years ago.

The one steep foot path in the forest had 60cm deep canyons from the flood two weeks ago. Absolutely crazy! The burried post cable caution tape even was revealed. That path didn’t look like a path anymore at all.

At home I had to remove a tick. Those fucking bastards!

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In-reply-to » Got a new pack of rosin for my double bass. There was a large bubble of air trapped inside. 🥴 It slowly made its way up over the course of a couple of days and now it finally burst. 😅

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Oohhh, okay! Way more often than I thought. It’s similar to oiling my handplane. Every time it squeeks or the friction gets too much (just the opposite ;-)), I pull the plane sole over my “rag in a can” oiler.

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Very humid 20°C, cloudy and partially raining. That was today’s weather when we went into the woods and paid or backyard mountain a visit: https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-06-14/ Not very many folks around, looked like they all feared the liquid sunshine. The visibiliy was fairly mixed. Pretty clear in the west, we could see the Stuttgart TV tower 38.55km away (04). But very hazy to the north (03) when a rain cloud appeared.

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In-reply-to » Couple of days ago I made a small patch to yarnd (this pod effectively runs main) that filtered out "inactive users", hard-coded to be LastSeenAt > 90 days and not bother fetching feeds for anything they follow. This has had a dramatic impact on the resources used by this pod (twtxt.net) -- See screenshtos.

Duplicates everywhere! Sigh.

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In-reply-to » Couple of days ago I made a small patch to yarnd (this pod effectively runs main) that filtered out "inactive users", hard-coded to be LastSeenAt > 90 days and not bother fetching feeds for anything they follow. This has had a dramatic impact on the resources used by this pod (twtxt.net) -- See screenshtos.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Right, this makes sense. Also, @bender@twtxt.net reported the same over in https://twtxt.net/conv/ilupk5q. That whole conversation looks like that for me:

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Bender edits in red, notices in fuchsia (probably edits and leaves the message unchanged), and prologic acknowledges in orange. This conversation over here is marked in lime. Yeah, tt doesn’t filter out duplicates. Maybe I should implement that.

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In-reply-to » Couple of days ago I made a small patch to yarnd (this pod effectively runs main) that filtered out "inactive users", hard-coded to be LastSeenAt > 90 days and not bother fetching feeds for anything they follow. This has had a dramatic impact on the resources used by this pod (twtxt.net) -- See screenshtos.

@prologic@twtxt.net I only notice that you post duplicates just like this one. This started few days ago.

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In-reply-to » These 24°C were brutal. The cow in 03 was standing in the bog, not sure why she liked this brackish water. It sounded "tchlk, schlk" when she moved around in that mud (what do you call that?). Some of these canyons, like 14, are over 30cm deep. Wow. In 15 at a height of two meters, a torn rag hangs in the tree in the creek bed. It's crazy to see how high the flood came in 16 with all the washed up stuff in the hedge.

@bender@twtxt.net Yes, they’re on very different diets. ;-)

Hell no, I don’t want to trade weathers. :-D Our humidity was around 60%.

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These 24°C were brutal. The cow in 03 was standing in the bog, not sure why she liked this brackish water. It sounded “tchlk, schlk” when she moved around in that mud (what do you call that?). Some of these canyons, like 14, are over 30cm deep. Wow. In 15 at a height of two meters, a torn rag hangs in the tree in the creek bed. It’s crazy to see how high the flood came in 16 with all the washed up stuff in the hedge.

https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-06-07/

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In-reply-to » The river upstream kissed the hundred-year flood level (462 cm) the other day. https://www.hvz.baden-wuerttemberg.de/pegel.html?id=00265 (To me that link looks broken, but maybe it works on other browsers. :-?)

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Yes, classical “Abraummulden” and “Abrollcontainer”. I haven’t heard of any numbers yet, but I imagine that 100 houses have been affected. Probably more.

Here are a few photos: https://eislingen-online.de/_artikelanzeige.php?bearbeiten=_2024/2024_1150

But it’s worse downstream in Ebersbach/Fils, if you want to read up on that. That’s where the noise barrier collapsed onto B10 (I was mistaken on that regard, though, it wasn’t the real river, but an overflowing water retention reservoir or something like that uphill that created a giant river, rushing down the streets and gardens, ripping out the accustic barrier). When water levels slightly dropped on Sunday evening, everybody here thought that we survived with only small damages, if at all. So the local fire service responded to help in Ebersbach where it had really escalated. However, they had to return shortly after, when a massive thunderstorm surprised us with very heavy rain and “land submerged” was reported back at home.

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In-reply-to » The river upstream kissed the hundred-year flood level (462 cm) the other day. https://www.hvz.baden-wuerttemberg.de/pegel.html?id=00265 (To me that link looks broken, but maybe it works on other browsers. :-?)

Went down to the creek and there’s a skip in front of every house. Oh dear. Normally, the creek is a few meters below the tree line in 01-03. But as you can see, it went over the fields, several tens of meters wide.

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The fire engine house next to the creek was also flooded. But the operational capability of the fire brigade was not affected as they already responded.

It’s crazy how the relatively shallow field road on top of the hill looks. It was already in bad shape, but that’s now another level. The drainage area is rather small, but tons of gravel is now in the meadows. 10cm deep holes and ditches in the road. The very loose gravel is difficult to cycle and walk on.

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In-reply-to » Between Friday 8am and Monday 8am it rained 161 liters per square meter. Our weatherman in town measured alone 40 liters on Sunday between 22:30 and 23:45. On average we get 92 liters in total in the entire May and 96 liters in June. It was a lot, but i didn't think it was actually that much. Wow!

@prologic@twtxt.net Yeah, l/m² is very common here. But I’ve also seen mm.

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In-reply-to » The river upstream kissed the hundred-year flood level (462 cm) the other day. https://www.hvz.baden-wuerttemberg.de/pegel.html?id=00265 (To me that link looks broken, but maybe it works on other browsers. :-?)

Between Friday 8am and Monday 8am it rained 161 liters per square meter. Our weatherman in town measured alone 40 liters on Sunday between 22:30 and 23:45. On average we get 92 liters in total in the entire May and 96 liters in June. It was a lot, but i didn’t think it was actually that much. Wow!

Down in the town a lot of houses have been flooded. The municipality provided containers for all the garbage. From what I read it was the smaller creek, not the larger river that went absolutely berserk.

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In-reply-to » The river upstream kissed the hundred-year flood level (462 cm) the other day. https://www.hvz.baden-wuerttemberg.de/pegel.html?id=00265 (To me that link looks broken, but maybe it works on other browsers. :-?)

@prologic@twtxt.net It was not the river water, but the rain water that found its way into the basement. It rained for a few days straight. So the ground was completely saturated at one point in time. Sunday to Monday night there was a ton of more really heavy rain, new water could not sink down anymore, so it leaked through the tight hole where the cables enter the house in the basement. That’s roughly a meter above the basement floor. A tiny, tiny bit of fine sand accumulated on the floor beneath the hole.

I didn’t even know that water can get through that hole in the wall, looks completely sealed to me. But as we learned, it is not sealed enough. I didn’t see it flowing in, I just noticed the standing water on Monday morning.

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The river upstream kissed the hundred-year flood level (462 cm) the other day. https://www.hvz.baden-wuerttemberg.de/pegel.html?id=00265 (To me that link looks broken, but maybe it works on other browsers. :-?)

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I’m on a hill, far away from the river, but with all that rain and soaked ground the water finally came into the basement where the cables enter the house over night. Luckily, just 15 mm high, so it didn’t jump the doorsill into other rooms. And it was all clear, no muddy mess, all nicely filtered through the earth, gravel and sand. My shop vac is also designed to work as a wet vacuum cleaner, so that was really helpful.

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