|Industrial sized tap on the outer wall of the sturdy sleeper toilets at |
"So? There's a frog and a lizard in the far one."
"Er, so how did you go?"
Wrinkling of brow and extremely perplexed look. "What do you mean?"
Seems like we're talking at cross purposes here and my questions are considered a bit too personal.
"I had no problem"
"But ... what did they ... how did you ... didn't they ... aaargh ...
Where did they go when you went?"
The light goes on.
"There's a frog in the toilet bowl and it's staring at me. I don't want to put my hand in and get it out. Is the other one ok to use then?"
"Yeah, I think they scuttled off when I opened the door, you should be fine."
|Toilet in the historic women's jail at Burra. SA.|
|Disused long drop. Burra. SA.|
Farina is a historic town in outback South Australia which has been preserved by a group of committed volunteers. There are helpful, well presented information boards, giving details of the old, often crumbling buildings, how they were used as well as some insight into the people who lived in the thriving town in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
It's dry out there, the land is harsh and unforgiving and whilst the pioneers wished for rain, choking dust storms were far more frequent. The cemetery shows that even in death there are some dividing lines that aren't crossed and the graves of each ethnic and religious group are neatly and respectfully separated.
Reminder to self: in these days of not needing to get film processed ... TAKE MORE PHOTOS!