After a distinctly soggy Christmas and New Year, the sogginess continues. Manor farm was flooded in places, with all ponds and reed beds looking nicely filled.
Work wise, I feel Inert are beginning to ramp up. When I arrived, I spied one digger loitering around the west side of Manor lake. The operator's primary concern appeared to be moving a bucket further south for safe keeping.
At 9:50 a bulldozer trundled across the bailey bridge. Both operators had an extended conflab on meeting.
About the only sign of progress I could see, was a pile of spoil dumped to the west of Manor lake.
Our faithful pump was chugging away, trying to empty Manor lake, which had filled up during Christmas.
Yet more rain is expected, making for difficult restoration conditions. I hope the pace will pick up.
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