Okay, so now Charleville is officially flooded.
Update: No, it isn’t. Just officials thought it might.
Beauty in Crisis, a set on Flickr.
While floods and various troubles can get you down sometimes the problem can cause beauty.
Well it seems the levee bank might break AND have record breaking levels upstream. Fun times
Mostly seems to be a waiting game.
Here is some wonderful landscapes around Taabinga Homestead, a delightful Bed and Breakfast that happens to be one of Queensland’s oldest continually occupied home. Taabinga Homestead was originally built in 1846 and remains a working cattle property.
Whether you would like an insight to a cattle property, tour to Queenslands history, a surreal musical extraveganza or are looking for accommodation, contact Colin and Libby at Taabinga Homestead
Note: The author was introduced to Taabinga Homestead by Colin and Libby’s daughter and is now happily married.
Yesterday we raised all the furniture up in the house because our town was under threat of a flood.
I’m happy to report there was no flood however we have a lot of work ahead of us. Here’s a pic of power socket we’ve been using. Serendipity.
A pic taken over the xmas hols.
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