There’s No Town Like Snowtown
On our way back from the Australian Outback we just had to make a stop at Snowtown. Ever since a whole bunch of bodies had been found in acid tanks in the old bank building, Snowtown has suffered somewhat of a stigma.
Yet, even though it was a beautiful day and the surrounding area is stunning, I kid you not, the sun refused to shine on Snowtown.
While they have about 500 inhabitants, they seem to have a rather strong need for praying. The only people that we did see where at the pup though. If you come across a tourists out there, the locals know why you’re around and the looks where far from inviting.
At least Shirly’s Country Garden provided a bit of color in this bleak place.
Funny how circumstances can make faux flowers look amazing. Beauty is everywhere.
On the Way
3 thoughts on “A Glimpse of Hope for Snowtown”
I like the old veranda roof, how it stands out strong as a taught umbrella. I will have to look up the story of Snowtown. So sad, so strange.
never heard of snowtown. hope it gets better there. sad history and resentful present it sounds like.