Another 40mm yesterday has Cannon Creek over the crossing down below the main home.
After getting 3 vehicles stuck last week, I decided to park the car and walk. It is a bit safer. The problem is getting traction. The Granite Belt turns to slush.
But it is great to have plenty of water for a change.
Just in from the crossing below the main home, the water is rushing down into the Gorge. This is one of my favourite places when there are multiple cascades and sounds of water.
The dam has still a fair bit to go before reaching the spill way but this Australasian grebe isn't complaining. It is great to see some of the birdlife around recently.
The other thing that is pretty cool at the moment is the fungi.
And the Banksia and the 5 Corner Berries are flourishing.
To finish off, below is a picture of a rock that we have walked past for over 20 years and I don't recall anyone ever commenting on the man's face. i think he's pretty good. Where do you reckon this rock is to be found?
Regards... Take care out there. Mark & Donna.
Author - Mark Carter
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