Tuesday, 25 October 2016

When Things Go Bump in The Night


St Lucia Estuary
iSimangaliso Wetlands Park
World Heritage Site
Storm 24 October 2016

Last night we were probably experiencing the eye of the storm. One resident measured 48mm of rain. The functionality of his equipment is under scrutiny. It felt and sounded closer to 480mm. This morning it was found that a banana tree fell over the flat's roof.

Death of forest giants in a storm like this is inevitable, but harvesting needs to be done. In Afrikaans there is a saying... Die een se dood is die ander se brood. In this scenario it cannot be more true.
Water levels in The Estuary is at an all time high... Well since Andrew reserves the right to repair something he broke... It means Demonia is irrelevant. So the Park's flourishing history starts at declaration of World Heritage Site on 15 December 1999. What his father accomplished is now null and void.

Any way some people have some will inside them to revive the ailing system... Even if it means revoking the status...

    Bierpens Viviers

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