The flood waters from the Boyle River continue to rise. My analogy is that of a bullet with your name on it coming towards you in slow motion, you can prepare yourself but not get out of its way. Another 25mm overnight and about 450mm since last Thursday afternoon when I returned from Manchester. It is possibly up 1.5 metres from its seasonal norm. From what the media say it is at an all time high since records began.
I haven’t been able to take any video footage, but I have found this on YouTube from the 21st November which shows how badly the River is bursting:
As I am only practising this new fangled (to me) art form I will finish here and concentrate on more weightier matters for tomorrows entry.