What does a good day look like is this week’s challenge.
A good day for me was visiting Historic Durack Homestead Museum in the East Kimberley Region of Western Australia.
‘Originally built in 1895 by the Durack family on Argyle Downs Station (now mostly submerged by Lake Argyle).
Constructed of handcrafted limestone blocks with crushed termites mounds used as mortar, it was a magnificent building for its time.
During the early 1970’s a decision was made to remove the homestead before Lake Argyle began to fill in order to preserve this magnificent building for all time.
The homestead was dismantled stone by stone with every stone coded in such a way so as to be able to be rebuilt with every stone back in its original position.’
It was a hard life back then, and visiting this amazing Museum, made me grateful for the life we lead today.
Comparing then and now – I know where I’d like to be!
That’s what a Good Day looked like to me 🙂
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