This bark mill had much more going on being the stop off point in between Robe to the South and Kingston SE to the north. Coaches stopped there, mail was transferred, and horses kept. During and after WWII, there were military personnel who camped there. I found this coin from 1942. Check out the roo.
We also found this door hardware with a blacksmith stamp of a stylized roo. It was really cool & had the word "BREAK" we think.
There were broken showers throughout the day, so I didn't get a great shot of the site. Instead, this view of a weighing scale and a bit of a windmill in the foreground. The site just had things scattered with random buildings in semi-state of disrepair.
We walked out the next AM in Kingston SE to the end of the pier to snap this wonderful pic. Check out the wind. Our hotel was right on the waterfront just near the trees to the left of my head.
On the way home, we stopped by THE GRANITES. They are stone outcroppings that are just off the shore. They really looked like three whales too close to shore. Strange to see and windy, but really cool.
The weekend also brought with it a bundle of Junior joy: my brother and his wife have had their first child. He was 9 pounds 2 oz and stretched 21 inches! His size was only matched by his cuteness. CONGRATS Bro & Jen!