The everyday of our family farm
Never leave the bitumen is my motto. You either end up with a dusty car or a muddy car, never mind corrugations.
That motto wouldn't really work in the country I feel. Some people wouldn't be able to get home. I guess it all depends on the vehicle that you drive.
This looks like harvest time here.
That works unless you need to go down the road, right?!
Or you live down the road!
We could do with some of that rain now, it is all or nothing. Great shot. Diane
A sign like that makes me want to find out why I shouldn't go there.
I remember when we lived on roads like that. And that looks considerably smoother than ours often was.
The condition looks good. I wonder how many observe the sign.
This end looks good... it's the other end that is a real worry.
No wonder you don't get enough rain--- it appears to be against the law. yeah, yeah, I know.
I'm afraid that my first thought was the same as Bill's. Where I come from if you could only use a road in the dry it would never get used.
I sure was wet out your way … I was amazed at how green the country was from Canberra onwards.
I have just looked through all the pics I have missed since Roger's stroke...oh, my, have you ever taken some grand shots! I really enjoyed looking through. Just don't have time to comment on all. Just wanted you to know I sure enjoyed seeing them.