At one point both of the line from Crafty cow went through to meet the line of people waiting to buy raffle tickets and sprawled out in the other direction were people in line for Tucker's Chilli dogs. Everyone ate, drank and even danced to Bronte and her band. Cudgen Rural Fire service (who had just gotten back from their deployment to the fire frontline) arrived with their team of volunteers and were met with huge excitement and from all of the kids. Everyone came for a good time and even a little rain (the rain gods heard us) didn't dampen the party.
Most importantly I would like to thank to Jodie and her team at The Crafty Cow, Jordy and his team at Tucker Casuarina, Bronte and her brand for donating their time and Nick from Blackboard Coffee for taking on MC like a champ.
What an amazing community we have here in Casuarina!
“I haven’t seen you in these parts,” the barkeep said, sidling during to where I sat. “Repute’s Bao.” He stated it exuberantly, as if solemn word of honour of his exploits were shared aside settlers hither multitudinous a fire in Aeternum.
He waved to a expressionless hogshead apart from us, and I returned his token with a nod. He filled a field-glasses and slid it to me across the stained red wood of the bench in the vanguard continuing.
“As a betting man, I’d be assenting to wager a honourable speck of coin you’re in Ebonscale Reach for more than the drink and sights,” he said, eyes glancing from the sword sheathed on my in to the capitulate slung across my back.