Farm Stay at Euleilah, QLD
It has been over a month since we have been on the road now and during that time, we've spent quite a bit of money on food, gas, food, and things related to the van. We figured it's probably a good time to do some work in exchange for accommodation and food. It would save us a tons of benjamins for one week.
Dylan is in a wheelchair so he can't do anything physical. Robert does everything around the farm and take care of Dylan's every day's needs.
8am- wake up
8:30- breakfast (normally toast with peanut butter and jam, fruits)
9ish- start work
11ish- morning tea
1- lunch (Robert usually makes us delicious sandwiches.)
1 to 7- whatever (shower is in there somewhere)
7pm- dinner (Robert prepare one awesome meal during dinner time.)
11 to 12- bedtime
After dinner, usually back to our little cabin to watch movies that they provide on this media server with hundreds of movies and tv shows on there to choose from. Pretty sweet.
Next destination: Agnes water.
We looked on the website helpx.net that I subscribed to before I came to Australia. It's the same website that I used when I worked at the resort for two weeks 4 months ago. This time Vanessa and I found a small farm house to stay at for a week. Here is the description:
You don't have to go very far from the coast to be in the middle of nowhere in Australia. We are only about 30 miles from the coast. They have to travel at least this far to go to the nearest something....anything.
The cabin we are staying at.
Hanging out in the cabin watching Family Guy.
Outside shower and bathroom.
We cleaned up this area yesterday. Pulled out all the weeds and cover them with sugar cane mulch. Took a couple of hours.
The slaughter shed. The tub is where they drain the blood of the pig before the next process.
Feeding the puppy.
Have Sunday off. Hanging out with Dyland and Robert in their living room.
Vanessa baking up zucchini muffin. YUM!
Robert made some homemade fresh bread!
Let's burn more things.
Gotta feed the pigs.
Look I found Falkor.
No food for you!
Our host invited us to one of their friend's farm for a housewarming party on Saturday. My first Australian country BBQ. Sheep, Goat, and Ham were served. I only ate the ham.
She live on a 40 acre farm in front of a creek.
After dinner, there were fireworks. Country music was playing in the background. I felt pretty country.
Burn baby burn!!!!