Barren Island is the hardest of our three main islands to work. Although it does have a jetty the bay is too shallow to take Theo alongside. This means that all the bikes have to be lifted up onto the jetty. It would be a lot easier if we could get the dinghy onto the beach but both the dingy and the rib have rigid hulls and we cant get them in close enough to unload onto the beach.
When we got back to George at about 3:30pm Christopher went out and got some sheep in for the dog trialling and shearing displays. He bought in rams for the dog trialing because he reckons they behave better. I finished cleaning up my lawn and re-arranged the benches in the yard.
|Lifting the 4 wheeler up onto the Barren jetty.|
|Taking the 2, two wheel motorbikes and pen sections back out to Theo|
|Tanya bringing her bike down the jetty ready to go back on to the dingy|
|Always something to be found on the beaches, Shaun has a tin of international boat paint the same brand as we use on Theo. Tanya has an Australian rugby ball.|
|The easiest part and even this isn't easy.|
|Shaun with the ambulance moving a ewe into the shade.|
Very tired now.