Sunshine on a Rainy Day

Thursday, October 29th 2015

This morning got off to a cold and very wet start, so we decided that we would start the day completing some much needed tool maintenance in the workshop and see if the clouds would ever break.

All the tools were cleaned down and sharpened ready for use in the afternoon. After coffee break the weather turned from torrential rain to just drizzle so we headed out to continue the work that we started last week, clearing overhanging vegetation from the stream that flows from the lake.

Everyone got stuck into the task and we managed to clear another long section that was really overgrown and we even managed to see the sun for a brief moment this afternoon. Thanks to everyone for your hard work today.

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