As I sit down to write these words, the body of a too young man drifts in the unknown dark under the deceptively calm waters of the Waranga Basin, just outside of Rushworth.  If you are a regular reader of my words, you might recall this body of water from my memoir piece Wide Brown Land.  It is from this water that the Waranga Channel derives its flow.  The body of this 26 year old man has been drifting, unfound, since Thursday.  He disappeared beneath the surface of the Basin three long days ago.  That day, the second of January, was the 21st anniversary of the day that my father and brother drowned, a few kilometres away.  This man, like my father, sank beneath…