Let it be for all next times! Olga
What is this Ian? does anybody live here?? It's a rich an fertile environment so beautiful displayed in this picture Ian Best wishes, Peter
Story of three little pigs.....
Looks like a homestead of the first settlers. Nice picture Ian. Greetings Berend
Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.I really like it.It reminds of our little old house on the farm, before I desided to paint it with a green roof instead of a red.It was also had *Weatherboards as well.Y. Best Regard,David
Olga, Peter, Jeff, Berend and David:
Thank you Olga for your appreciation of this rustic old farm house. Once it was home to someone: the brick chimney and the citrus tree out the front help us imagine some of the warmth of family life. But that was along time ago, now.
As Berend suggests it may have been the first dwelling on this farm, built even before the farm was established, and the forests were still being cleared.
This must have been the second little pig, Jeff. At least he had learnt from his brother how to build a chimney from bricks. O the big bad wolf - he didn't succeed in blowing the house down though.
So Peter, I think your question is probably answered. Agriculture in this valley has not much more than 100 years of history. Not like Europe, the forests were only cleared for farms last century. Homes are necessarily small and quite simple at first. Since the farm became more prosperous, and farms were amalgamated, the early timber cottages are abandoned, and new more substantial dwellings built.
Thank you for your recognition, David. From the far west of the continent where you live to the far east, the farm homes are similar. And thanks for the YS.
Warm regards to all,
Sad but reminder of the old days. So i like it.
Most friendly. Füsun
Hola, Füsun. Memories are powerful.
Hi Rob. Did you want to relocate it to the block nextdoor? Dad
No thanks. Have already moved a much less rustic house off the block. The final house plans came through yesterday. R
That's good, Rob, for it will save me from having to be the project manager!! And this rustic cottage stays where it belongs - in a rustic setting. Good to hear your news.
I used to live out there, that is a cabin that Frank nixon built for his mother-in-law. Frank was one of the first people to explore Numinbah Valley.
Thanks for adding the history to this photo, damoironsIt is greatly appreciated. I will amend the title accordingly, soon.
very nice photo.Greetings from shalom57
Shalom! Thanks for your appreciation, shalom57. It is a lovely piece of Australia.
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