The road to Roma was great. The landscape is different to the landscape of the past few days.
A coffee break at Mitchell for the best bakery yet kept is going
Today is sales day in Roma. We heard this was a must. And today was to be a huge day of sales.
What an experience.
The cattle are all penned in groups. The auctioneer moves down one side shouting out prices at a cracking pace. The stock agents are on the other side bidding.
The cattle are weighed and priced.
Check out the prices. It is amazing how quickly it all happens.
The interactive centre on site explains everything that happens. Wonderful displays.
I needed to get my cowgirl look happening.
I needed a check shirt,❌ warm padded vest, ❌ jeans ✔️pearl earrings ✔️ sturdy slightly muddy boots ❌ ( mine were too clean ) cattle hat ❌. Mine was a sheep style narrow brim. 😬 cattle hats are wide brim.
Definitely would be identified as a non local. A blow in!
Feeling slightly dusty we stopped at the wonderful sculpture exhibition by the side of the road. Local sculptors made some great work. It was up for sale. Between $2000 and &12000.
Visiting the Roma bush gardens helped us identify local trees.
Though slightly amused when we had to move off the walking track for a police car
Back in the car. Y 5pm for a visit to the Big Rig. Oil & gas show.
Interesting show interesting story but slightly underwhelming.
Tomorrow we explore the Main Street area of Roma before heading to stay on our friends cattle property at Drillham.