A town in South Australia resting on it’s history of paddle steamers. Transporting goods to Morgan then loading the goods onto trains for transport to the city. Check out the links I enclosed.
A great deal of places along the railways of South Australia became lost to bigger transport and cars. Me I just love this part of our country. The history give me a link to my past and the my father led.
The Star of David bulbs were years old. Native shrubbery, so glorious in colour.
There was a swarm of colour everywhere yesterday, I thoroughly enjoyed wandering in the sun. Even protected by Tasha the loyal collie (c)bjsscribbles
Gardens are blooming everywhere and it is the start of the open gardens season in South Australia, I went walking yesterday to relax with my camera something I have not done in a while. http://www.whatsonforadelaidefamilies.com.au/Event-Open-Gardens-South-Australia-Avondale-1-For-Family-And-Kids-5032 (c)bjsscribbles
Farming land now returned to conservation is just North of Kapunda South Australia.
I came across this old farm yes
terday which took me back to a time when I enjoyed life rambling the country of South Australia. The rail yard is now deserted, retired to history. I found this on a billy goat track yesterday.
A town seeped in History https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarlee,_South_Australia I passed through this town many times as a child traveling through to the Flinders ranges in the Mid north of South Australia.
The Barossa is not all grapevines, I went driving across the hills clearing my mind on a clear sunny day last week. We have had ice everywhere this week.