After having our breakfast we decided the time had come to visit the top of the block to see what had happened up there.
As we went up we couldn't avoid the sight of our good neighbour's and friends house in a twisted heap. I'm not putting anything more about that.
Soon after we moved here I found a stump with roots attached that looked very like a Baobab tree from East Africa. They are known as Upside-down trees, so I planted it that way. Here it is, very happy in its position!
On our secondary creek we have been expecting this tree to get washed into the creek by the next flood for 10 years. Having its roots burnt may be what finally gets it.
Mulga; face of the inland
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