I passed through the fishing town of Wargett and some fisherman left their equipment on the side of the banks. However, one fisherman’s net was blown into the river by the wind.
I continued my journey towards the town of Brewarrina. There was a grazing ground on the other side of the river and the herd of sheep and cattle began to drink from the river water, but they disrupt the banks. When the rain arrives the banks break and fall into the river.
I passed through Bourke next, and a flock of birds were flying over the river. As they passed some of them pooed and it fell into the river.
I then passed through Menindee and some local tourists were having apicnic. A big gust of wind blew some of their rubbish away and into the river.
With one final turn on my journey, I arrived at the mouth of the river and flowed out to sea. But what about all the things in the river, besides the water?