We had a ton of rain here two nights ago in southern Ontario. Many rivers and streams became swollen with all the runoff. This combined with an unusual January thaw made me wonder how Kay's bridge was doing particularly, as it, of the ten dry stone bridges we've built in Canada, has quite a volume of water go under it even in the dry summer months.
You can see from this angle the flow of water comes crashing down the hill parallel to the direction of the bridge and then makes a sharp turn left to the east.
By chance, John McLeod who lives on Cross Cemetery Road near Rockport, just across the road from the bridge, took photos yesterday and sent me some of the stream in full flow. He wrote "... thought you might like to see how it looks today...it's still standing"