More stories of old,derelict buildings in Australia.

Finally, after two very high stress days when I could not get the computer to connect to the internet I am back on line again. It was a real wake up call to realise how much I use, and look forward to using, the computer. I never thought it would become such an integral part of my life, almost like my cup of coffee. I ask myself is it a drug?

Well now back to my blog….

As we went round Australia we came across a number of derelict houses, and the lifestyle of the people can only be imagined in the inhospitable climate that is hot and humid in summer and can drop to freezing in many parts of the country in winter. Here are a few more photos of places we saw.

Some characters become part of the history of the area and an effort is made to preserve the history of their lives.

This one really bit the dust. Who knows what happened? Maybe a fire, maybe every thing just became too much and they walked away and wind, rain, storms, bushfires, tornadoes did the rest. That toilet could come in handy when you are travelling miles from any where…

We also saw a lot of these old wrecks, especially in the aboriginal land areas..

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