... and on the Twelfth Day (of October)
It had been wild weather for a couple of days
juggling with industry for the horizon
Here a Dutchman has erected a real windmill – "The Lily" – which is used to produce stone-ground grain. The windmill mechanism is imported from Holland, the building is made from recycled timbers and bricks of local origin.
Compare with these modern windmills generating electricity on the Eyre Peninsula.
in a sea of wildflowers, here is a field of a farmer's legumes
Here is an inadequate photo of the amazing Stirling Range Retreat, where we were astonished by the energy, passion and generosity of the hosts in sharing their knowledge and inspiring enthusiasm for the environment.
and here is the road up to Bluff Knoll
and here is some of the view from there
We returned to Bluff Knoll at 5.40pm, sunset expected just after six