Well not if you put them under water.
No rain this morning for a change and temp not bad at around 50f. Only downer was the wind at 20 to 25 mph so out for a short ride to see how the floods are locally. Lots of fields that are rather waterlogged and Streams are now rivers and rivers are wider than they used to be by about 1/2 mile. Roads are OK with only a bit of standing water on the cambered corners so no real problem locally. To give you an idea- these two shots are looking out across the fields----And there is no River anywhere near it- Not even a stream but a lot of rain has come down in the last week or so.
So where are the floods? Better find a river and se what is around that so on a few more miles to Alfriston. The town is fine where it is well above the river but that river has flooded. So have the roads as you can see by this lot
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Not too deep but I will be saving the best till later when I can get You Tube to work properly. That view of the river shows Alfriston and it has been well designed over the years. All the OLD village is above any flood level and it is only a few buildings for the tourist's--like the loos and the car parks that are down by the river.