From the dry and brown to the green and gold

Travelling from Wagga to Warracknabeal was a lovely drive. Everything was so green and of course very wet.

Water layed in the paddocks and the creeks were running.

The fields of canola were just beautiful.

Canola growing

We drove into Warracknabeal to a quaint little country town where there had been floods and some water damage.

The girls at A Quilter's Harvest were not spared.

Fortunately they were due to move into their new shop in a few short week but the move was bought forward just a little.

I was fortunate enough to be able to help them celebrate the opening with a trunk show where 60 ladies came to enjoy a great evening.

The shop is beautiful.

Quilters Harvest

Delwyn, Shirley and their husbands looked after us very well while we were their.

We went out to a restaurant called the Rusty Nai. It was one of those places where you just had to be there. Danny the owner is somewhat of a collector

Outside the Rust Nail 
Rusty Nail