A window to the world and some grain…

June 22, 2015

A window to the world and some grain…

A window to the world and some grain...

One of the funny things about being in a truly rural location is that freight can be ridiculous. So much so that we can drive to the city and pickup our supplies for much less than they can be shipped to us.

Friday was one of those days, we needed to collect some grain for our beer and new doors for the brewery.

We're pretty excited about having our glass concertina doors to keep the cold out over winter. We knew that being a 1200km trip we'd have to get up early but being that my dad wanted to come for a drive it was bullshit early...

The good news was we went to Melbourne, visited my sister, collected grain, collected the doors and got home by 4:30pm.

The bad news is my alarm was set for 1:40 am... Truck drivers we salute you...

Yep that early...

Yep that early...

in a few weeks we should have the new doors up and I cant wait for you to see them!






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