The Wet, The Dry and My ‘Wet’

AS it’s raining at present, here in “Sunny Sydney”, I thought I’d find another “Wet” story to throw at y’all 😛 Here it is hope one/some of you enjoy it! My chum the Police Sergeant, gets another run 😇

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North of the Tropic of Capricorn, in Australia, there are two seasons. ‘The Wet’ (Summer) and ‘The Dry’ (Winter), The hottest season is ‘The Wet’, not to be confused with my  ‘Wet’, and conversely ‘The Dry’ is the cooler season. During the Dry, the days are not cold, temperatures between 24°C -34°C , but can drop in places, to around zero, during the night. But I’m not here to chat about the weather per se, I’m here to talk about The Wet’s; both of them!

The likelihood of rain, during ”The Wet’ at Shay Gap, was remote, it did rain twice, while I was there, and I’ll probably rave on about that another time, but north of Carnarvon, there was the distinct possibility of big rains. This is ‘Cyclone‘ season. (Hurricane or Typhoon season. for those in the “Northern Hemisphere“) and in bad…

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