I had a lot on my mind today, so I did what I always do when I need to think and clear my head: I went for a drive.
After meandering through the city, I took the advice of a close mate and went for a drive somewhere familiar and comfortable. I ended up in the area I used to live, and cruised around there. In the past ten months, absolutely nothing has changed there.
So I cruised down through Belgrave South, and onto Wellington Road, which is a pretty major road. It felt good to fly along at 110 km/h… even though the speed limit is only 100 km/h.
Sadly, I don’t get the opportunity to do this kind of driving.
Anyway, as I was cruising, my car was doing the steering and I ended up at Cardinia Reservoir, which is a dam which holds a capacity of 287,000 million litres of water and provides it to the South and South-Eastern suburbs, as well as the Mornington Peninsula. The construction of the dam was completed in 1973.
The dam looked pretty full today, as you can see for yourself.
After taking those snaps, I drove down the exit road, which goes beside the dam. It was about at this point:
that I thought: “If that wall breaks, I’m screwed!”