Tag Archives: Environment
Funny story today though – we have a pet piglet, and joey. Piglet decided to go for a wander along the outside fence of the house yard (yes, its a very big house yard). Piglet is flat out being taller … Continue reading
It is amazing how many times our children, and now our granddaughter has asked that very question. So here is a story, of when I was growing up on my parents farm in NSW…I do hope you enjoy this 🙂 … Continue reading
It is hard to know where to begin with our home, “Mt Morris” Station, Charleville Queensland. Throughout the research on this beautiful station, it is evident that so many people, so many families of bygone eras have all contributed in … Continue reading
“Mt Morris” Station has been officially recording rainfall and river heights since 1886 – some 126 years “officially“! However some 20 years prior to this “official” recording there were also records kept. “Mt Morris” Station was settled in 1866, as … Continue reading
Senator Brown, Senator Brown, Senator Milne, Senator Milne, here I am, I am alive, and so are my cousins and family! My ancestors have survived the great droughts, the numerous bush fires, the raging floods thanks to our pet “graziers” that have diligently … Continue reading
Mount Morris Station is an icon in the Queensland outback. This grazing station sits at the head of the Murray Darling basin on the Langlo River. The station has a unique history, and shows mother nature at her very finest.
A picture says a thousand words – a Mt Morris experience to have forever!