We're forecast exceptionally high winds and heavy rain tomorrow. Our creek is about 200 yards off, and on the flat - more or less 15 foot lower than us, so it'd have to be quite epic to get here. It's wet, and windy here, but not, thank heavens anything like Queensland. I've spend about 3 hours today watching TV (normally a year's ration) and our thoughts and prayers with those caught in the flood.
We had our writer's group today out at Trouser's Point and the mountain is even wetter. The sea was an angry, white-ripped grey and our hosts said they'd been watching waterspouts out on it. Apparently the post planes haven't made it in for a few days, but that didn't stop Greg from crayfishing yesterday, and Peter from catching squid!