its been raining since i got here so i reckon i brought it with me .. its a precious commodity here for the farmers so i have been collecting it .. i have an idea to bottle it and auction it off for a high price . Maybe i should import it from scotland or ireland ..
“Everything is ready but we just can’t get the weather to get going' Ian green farmer morayshire scotland .
Water bags were commonly made from kangaroo skin. However, they were sometimes also made of smaller animals, including rabbits, in more recent times. This bag is made from the tanned skin of a Bridled Nailtail Wallaby (Onychogalea fraenata) which is now extinct in New South Wales.
Australia is one of the driest continents on earth. Drought is common. Despite regular droughts, Aboriginal people have lived successfully in large parts of the arid inland regions of Australia for thousands of years. Over time they developed a sophisticated and intricate knowledge of their environment that was vital to their success in these conditions. There were two key elements to their subsistence strategies: knowledge of where and how to find water, and how to collect and make flour from a range of native plant seeds.
maybe i will make jars of preserves at a horti show ... jars of speciality rain with embroidered tops/ labels...