I remember this from previous posts at this time of year. I hope nothing important floats away!
The heavy rain didn't last for long this time and so didn't cause any real bother. Luckily, there was no harm done.
you are having a wee bit of flooding. stay safe.
We're used to it, Felicia. Just part of winter where we live, unfortunately.
Looks like high water when the fences go under. The road looks threatened.
It didn't get any worse than that, so the road stayed open.
I just can't imagine all that water. That last shot was quite something to see.
Just part of life for us in winter, Ida. Keeps life interesting!
When it comes to stopping water, this kind of fence is evidently "not good enough"... ;)
You're right about that, Monica. :)
That looks like a local swamp picture after a heavy rain. Water goes where it wants to, there's almost nothing that can keep water out.
Yes, no good telling that water it's meant to stay in the creek when the creek isn't up to the job.
My second blog of the day about flooding and water. Signs of the times.
Yesm Tabor, when it's the rainy time of year this is what happens.
wow, too close to the road for comfort!
It does require a little caution when driving that road, Teresa.
Now why couldn't I have thought of that caption, Di?
Water, water everywhere...and lots of drops to drink!
Ha ha, your sense of humour always works, Lee.
It rained here quite a bit last week, was nice but I have yet to experience a proper storm like we use to get in Mangawhai.
I'm sure it's good for the land once it soaks in. I spent time looking at your blog and saw your grandson's visit. What fun photos! Hugs, Diane
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