Morning Glory Cloud

Morning Glory Cloud
Morning Glory over Massacre Inlet (photo: Diane Davey)

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Promising Outlook

An article in last week's paper summed up what I had been thinking for a while:

Another wet weekend for Victorians (November 13, 2010)

Victorians are mopping up once again as another weekend storm dumps heavy rain across the state.
It has become a soggy trend in the state's drought-breaking year with Fridays and Saturdays recorded as the two wettest days of the week.
Cricket grounds are soaked, racing events have been delayed or cancelled while even Saturday's Myer Melbourne Christmas Parade had to begin with puddles of water under grey skies.
The Bureau of Meteorology has recorded rainfall on nearly half of all Saturdays in 2010, nearly double the rainfall average.
© 2010 AAP

BUT - it's looking promising for this weekend, FINALLY!

The reason I want to finish the trip on a weekend is so that seeing as I missed out flying with Phil at the top, I want to do the bottom part with him.

So I'm going up to Tocumwal to get the plane from there to Bacchus Marsh today so we can fly down to the south coast tomorrow, then bring the Falke back to it's home base at Wahring on Sunday. Oh, and somehow get my car back from Toc!

Fingers crossed the weather holds up.

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