Flowcon road edging Calingiri Rd, Old Plains..
Where did the weekend go? it’s Monday already.
Four generations of fencing; the original strainer post (tree) with three strand single wire and two different types of ringlock fencing supported by star pickets.
In the background (difficult to see) is the new ringlock fence.
Every now and again we have to stop people for an extended period of time whilst work is being done on the road. When this occurs and it looks like it maybe for more than a few minutes, I generally tell the first person in the cue what is going on and approximately how long they will be waiting.
On most occasions, I will have a bit of a chat with them while we wait.
Today I spoke to one gentleman who was visiting his parents in Wongan Hills, he travelled all the way up from Esperance and runs a transport business down south. Another car I stopped had two lovely ladies on there way to Calingiri, both have lived in the area for some time
Another car I stopped had two lovely ladies on their way to Calingiri, both have lived in the area for some time, and one just got a new set of ears (hearing aids). I said it is just as well she didn’t get a new set of glasses as she would be feeling a bit nervous talking to me.
One young man I stopped has only just moved into the Calingiri area three days ago and was picking his kids up from school. Another young man was visiting his cousin in Wongan Hills, he was from Victoria and works FIFO up north.
The last unfortunate man I stopped was on his way home to Dalwallinu, he thought by going the back way he would miss the road works. I guess he was wrong.
All the people I have stopped today have been friendly and courteous, even though they may be in a hurry, they understand the need for the roads to be fixed and really don’t mind being held up for 5 to 10 minutes.