Sometimes we query signs as we whizz by “Did that say what I think it did?” Monto, Qld “Monto Stockman’s store, Open 7 days unless closed” Mulgildie Pub, Qld Beside a picture of past prime minister Paul Keating – “The … Continue reading Signs of life in Queensland
Winter 2018, Midge Point, Qld Once more we wake to a magnificent morning but with a rather cool breeze. Woody is excited about seeing the Midge Market so we walk across the park. One sausage sizzle does not a market make. There are six stalls and a bunch of shivering locals bemoaning winter. We’re not captivated by wood carvings and have a van full of home-made soap so we walk around town checking out the real estate options. We notice that there’s a certain priority in this town. The best house in town is up for sale. It has a … Continue reading Where Sheds Count
Perhaps not ‘Signs of Life’ but ‘Signs of death” we spotted this notice in a butcher shop window in Hillston, NSW. The sign says it all. Continue reading Tusky Taxidermy
South Australia’s distinctive termite proof Stobie power poles are a perfect canvas for artists. Continue reading Power Pole Art
For us this old rabbit truck was a reminder of our childhood. Continue reading Got any rabbits?
This Camp Kitchen must mean the stuff that makes you laugh a lot, so gin is obviously allowed. And tequila, yes tequila that’s guaranteed to make me morose… OK folks break out the tequila and lets have a weep! Continue reading No Alchohol
This mural on a wall in Alexandra, Vic reminded me of a record that was once talked about in households across the nation. “In 1930 Charlie Heard created the longest continuous taxi fare in the world by taking three lady passengers to Darwin and return to Melbourne via Brisbane.” Continue reading The Stuff of Legend