Marginal Country……that’s what we live in, meaning, in part, rain is marginal…… we live in a 8-9 inch (200-225mm) rainfall country, so we don’t ask for much. You look after the land out here when it dries off, wait for the rain, and the land will respond, green, seeding grasses that dry off, but still full of goodness.
Heading west to get to the cattle yards on Scarsdale to truck steers at 4 minutes to 7….and this was the view. Surrounded by that lovely pink tone….the amazing power of this planet needs to be thought about every now and then. Slipping into the cloud closer to the horizon #WorldPhotoDay….everyone’s world…..my world Bit of […]
Warning this blog has a large number of photos 😀 7th April was our “tailing out” day of steers/bullocks, and yard work, at Scarsdale, to get ready to truck the steers/bullocks 8th April. We arrived at the yards, about 40km north of Goodwood at 7am, to this view. Letting cattle out of the yards, onto feed, helps […]
While sitting at the kitchen table the other day I looked down at the lagoon and saw this. Don’t you think it is magic? Junior and Artie were well behaved and stayed with me while I got a few shots in before they went for a dip and play in the water. Junior showing the […]
Mustering always calls for an early morning start…..well earlier than normal. A sunrise snapped while travelling to Scarsdale….40mins north of Boulia It looks like fog, but it is really…. ….dust. We were the third vehicle heading along the Selwyn Road (which is a gravel/dirt road) and there was no wind, so the dust “hung” in […]
We have been blessed with storm rain in some paddocks. #BossMan and I measured 20mm at Scarsdale Lagoon Solar 12 January obviously there has been more rain before this. We had to park car away from rain gauge as the ground was so boggy. On 17 January #BossMan measured another 20mm During my bore run […]