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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 5 July 2004 (Day View)
05.07.2004 – Monday 5 July – Relaxing & Rainfall
- • Dad and I were planning to walk up the mountain this morning, and find out why his water has stopped, but it was sprinkling when I woke up, so I went back to bed and didn’t end up getting around to walking up to his place until after lunchtime.
- • While looking through an old “Cooktown Local News” the other day, I discovered the May Rainfall figures. Rossville has had 3168 millimetres of rain this year, up to the end of May. To put that into perspective, that’s over 124 inches – or more than 10 feet, of rain. Only Daintree Tea had more, at 3321 millimetres. This contrasts starkly with Coen, with 113 millimetres this year, to the end of May.
- • I spent the evening chatting to Dad, and had a quiet, uneventful, night.