Sunday, 19 September 2010

Rain, rain go away...

The Safari has endured almost 24 hours of none stop rain quite easily by staying indoors! At least the Land Rover is enjoying a well earned rest after clambering over obstacles like this 2 foot high (60cm) rock step, although wew have to qualify this by saying that there are pot-holes nearly as deep as this is high on some of the main shopping streets in town where a tank might be better suited than a 4x4!!!

The only thing of any note is that the Peregrine hasn't moved since 11.00pm last night. Very few Robins or Blackbirds in evidence on a sopping Patch 1 this morning but an aquatic Wren was singing is little lungs out.

Wasn't silly enough to go that far with Frank at lunchtime but still ended up getting soaked!
Where to next? A very wet work and Patch 2
In the meantime let us know if there are pot-holes in your outback
Late edit - A quick but very wet game of rugger with Frank late afternoon saw two Peregrines sheltering on the tower - back at Base Camp a log fire is roaring away in the hearth - must be winter.
Bet 'Pool wished they coulda played the second half twice and come away from Stamford Bridge with a point. Needs to be fortress Bloomfied Road for the rest of the season - still 7 points from 5 games translates to a comfortable 56 points at the end of the last game.


Warren Baker said...

Pool did no worse than most of the other teams to play the mighty blues Dave. :-)

Hope you get some dry weather soon mate!

Lancashire and Lakeland Outback Adventure Wildlife Safaris said...

Least they didn't let in 6.