Not so much rain this week, but still sufficient to create large puddles and keep the ground soft. However, matters were beginning to improve towards the end of the week, with firmer, drier ground.
I visited on Wednesday to find Inert working away on the pump station mighty mound, very close to the bailey bridge. Lorries need only cross the bridge, turn left immediately and the reverse a few metres to drop their load. They do not, as of the previous few weeks, have to drive down to the pump station. However, even this quick, short manoeuvre caused a lorry queue on Chandlers farm.
I reckon at least four lorries were on site, probably more.
Oh, the pump didn't appear to be working, and water levels in Cormorant lake were very high.
Will Inert return to infilling Cormorant lake (south) this coming week? I refuse to second guess.
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