Farm visit…

Peter and Molly with Roy the bull

Peter had invited us to his place to get a copy of the film show of Kumbia. They have a 300 acre beef farm 11 km out-of-town, so we called in for morning tea as we left Kumbia. They were a very friendly couple and after downloading the dvd and having a cuppa with delicious home-made fruit cake we walked down to see the cattle. Roy is a “Wagyu” breed and it is a type of beef that the Japanese love and retails for $60 a kg, but of course the farmer does not get that price.

Next stop was on to Kingaroy. The campground was in the show ground and just on the edge of town so we made good use of the bikes to get around. It was time to top up with groceries as buying in the smaller centres is quite expensive. We visited the museum and art gallery and then lunch at the RSL. As we came out we noticed people going into the cinema so we thought “why not”  and went in to see “Alice in wonderland” in 3D not bad (but a note to John and Margaret we enjoyed “Avatar” more)

The library had free internet access so was able to add more to the blog…

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