There is an old superstition that says something like ‘how you start the year is how you will end it”. I am wondering if the same sort of thing applies to blogs.

I wrote my first blog post about the rain - lots of rain - and unfortunately it really didn’t stop raining here until just a few weeks ago. 

Through the window

Our wet season has been longer and more intense than usual, and has resulted in lots of localised flooding - in one event we had about 390 mm fall overnight - thats about 15 inches of rain. The 150 mm (6 inches) a few days later just seemed like a light shower! 

When that much water falls and flows, it leaves marks - watermarks.

Flags on Fence

Fence with Folds

Felted Fence

Flow marks of mud on my workshop floor.


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