|Amatil are the bottlers of Coca-Cola in Australia|
|A magpie getting comfy on the farmhouse porch|
Is It All Just Pooh What's Said and Felt About Trees?
This new post mainly consists of photos that I took on my trip to Wolston Farmhouse last Friday.
|Wolston Farmhouse, Queensland, Australia|
TALKING TAROT AND OFF-GRID LIVING WITH AVALON CAMERON
The tarot also ties in with my last post when I mentioned
podcast #25 from the 'This Jungian Life' podcast show, which you can hear in the You Tube below.
All of that stonework in the farmhouse reminded me of this recent post of mine -
Jung and the Art of Being Stoned?
|A model house of Wolston Farmhouse on site|
|Fancy a luxurious bath?-)|
|Or a spot of ironing?-)|
|Ah, the joy of an off-grid laundry room.|
|Ah, the fun of mowing the "off-grid" lawn:-)|
|A butcher bird watching me from its high vantage point in the tree|
|The butcher bird watching me from its low vantage point|
But the under-house rooms are kind of creepy I thought.
|At least the rooms had their own en suites;-)|
|This bedroom kind of creeped me out as well for some reason|
I didn't realise that 'Mary ...' was the first song ever recorded for the gramophone by Edison.
HISTORY’S A BITCH: A DOG WALK THROUGH TIME: HIS MASTER’S VOICE by ROBB FRITZ
|Singer-a-long with 'Mary ...';-)|
To See Ourselves Trapped in Our Cage?
|A mynah bird on the rail of the cafe's veranda|
Friday is probably not the best day to visit if you want to have a cuppa tea out back.
|A view from the cafe veranda to a drought ravaged cattle farm|
|My little butcher bird mate sitting in its tree|
|Can you spot the kangaroo on the fence line of the property?|
|Look again maybe?|
|Why do people plant three palm trees in a row like that?|
|The view of the three palms next-door from my computer room window|
|Well, life on the farm is kinda laid back ...?!|
|And another three palms in a row at the front of the farm?|
|And some more trees if you haven't had enough already:-)|
|That clump of palmy looking plants in the centre is a 50 year-old 'Bird of Paradise' plant|
'Bird of Paradise' plant.
|The distinctive 'Bird of Paradise' flower heads at the top of the plant|
The flower heads looked sort of "snowy white" in colour to me rather than the orange ones I was used to seeing in my BoP plants;-)
|Anjelica Huston and Tony Hendra in This Is Spinal Tap (1984)|
|The road out of the farm and back to the future?|