Earlier this month the residents of a Tipping house in St Arnaud decided to have a Sunday BBQ lunch and a drive. After packing up the bus, everyone (include Bazz the dog!) headed to Murtoa, where there is a known undercover BBQ spot.
On the way, the residents decided to stop at Rupanyup to look at the painted silos and other great artwork in the town. All of the residents loved the artwork so much that they decided to change plans and head into Brim, instead of continuing onto Murtoa, to see some more artwork.
Along the way they stopped at Minyip and found a great BBQ area, which happened to have some walking tracks nearby. Whilst half the staff and residents took Bazz for a walk, the others cooked up a great BBQ lunch – it was a real team effort!
After lunch, everyone piled back into the bus and headed towards Brim. They came across some other silo art in Sheep Hills, which all the residents agreed was fantastic! The last stop for the day was the original silo artwork in Brim.
A great day was had by all!