|Oakey Bank of NSW|
|Enjoying each other's company |
after morning tea.
It was a perfect sunny day, but not too hot at all.
We gathered outside the old Oakey Bank of NSW and went straight in to morning tea; damper & syrup, billy tea or coffee, of course.
After being introduced to our guide, Jeff, we set off on the tour. Many of our members hadn't been to the Woolshed since their children were young so they were interested in the changes. The old homestead, and the cold house were particularly noteworthy, and there was lots of conversation in the schoolhouse.
|Being given the gen on the schoolhouse|
|Caper White, Belenois java|
Afterwards Michael entertained us with his poem for the beardies which had us chuckling and was so appropriate for the day.
|Michael entertaining us with his poem.|
Then there was time to wander about by ourselves, looking at the machinery shed or some fascinating photos in the little history annexe of the Oakey Bank. We all agreed it had been a delightful day.
|Who frightened who out of their skin? |
Diana at Oakey Creek