So were was I, until I was rudely interrupted. That's right. BURRA.
We fell in love with Burra. We stayed at the showgrounds for $10 a night and was treated to 5 star service from Pat and Bob who are the caretakers. Bob brought us wood for our fire every night. And Pat brought the children a bag each of second hand toys and books. It was like Christmas The children were so overjoyed with their special gifts and so were we with their warmth and hospitality. This generosity of spirit, seemed to run through the town. The information centre, gave visitors
to the town a key and a extensive map to all the historic properties,so we could
explore at our own leisure. This town is filled with historic stone buildings and is such a magical place. Have you ever thought about moving to a place just so u could live in the house of your dreams.oh! What could we do with a historic railway station. My husband Rod is a carpenter and together we have restored 2 old cottagers and spent 8 years in Brisbane renovating houses. We sold our last project oct 2008, with plans to redevelop in the Sunshine coast. That plan is on hold while we are travelling. However my sister just sent me some enticing information on straw bale buildings which we have for years researched and contemplated.