Flood water fun

The first flood this has arrived. Usually, we have 2 or more of those events, but this year is the first time we have been having some fun in it. After all, why not?

two young girls in togs making their way down the hill, with boogie boards, surrounded by alpacas
Nosy Alpacas

The girls and Ingo went into the water and they found the wooden bridge under water, about 1.5m deep down. Water must have been 2 – 2.5m over normal.

Panorama from the middle of the flooded paddock
A different view

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