I woke this morning feeling a little ambivalent. It seems that the Victorian Liberals are giving Labor a run for their money. That doesn't worry me much as I don't see a lot of difference between the two major parties. (Here's where I might alienate a few of my readers). But, the b....y 'farmers party' candidate has got back in here in Gippsland East! Now that is a worry - to me. Here's a quote from his environment page on his website -
'There needs to be a coordinated effort to maintain and enhance the environment of the Gippsland Lakes and catchment, along with other waterways from Lakes Entrance to the New South Wales border.'
I did email him pre-election to ask if he realised that there are a few waterways in his electorate west of Lakes Entrance - no answer.
Anyway, no more politics. I did become a little brighter this morning when I stepped outside and saw this...
|70+ mm - wow!|
There has been a slow moving, moisture laden trough over central Gippsland all night. We haven't had a season like this in ages.
I put the camera around the neck and under the rain coat, and went for a walk around the course.
|Two birdies on the first.|
|Approach to the 9th.|
|Outside the bar.|
In the last couple of days the greens have been cored, a process that happens annually and is designed to improve the absorption of water into the sub-soil. Great timing.
|Not an attack of the worms.|
|'Our cups runneth over'|
Might watch some cricket today!