A little higher and later than expected, our river peaked, safely within it's walls early this morning. The partially submerged building is the sailing club, built to withstand the flood waters. The water is very smooth and relatively slow compared to the last few floods we've seen.
The finial of the sailing club is wearing a wreath of debris from the January 29th record flood which totally covered it.
|Master J about to catch his remote control glider before church|
From church this morning the grazing grounds below appear to have turned into a lake, with ponded water from Friday's downpour.
Wild kangaroos, the regular inhabitants of the church grounds, seem happy whatever the weather. Summer showers and thunderstorms are forecast for the week, but nothing of major concern - except for those wanting to mow the grass!
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