Karl Schmidt and Alexandria Mulcahy from Victoria dropped into Kent Saddlery last week and bought some belts and leather pouches and couldn't wait to do some leather stamping on them! At Kent Saddlery's Retail Store we have an area in front of the store where you can stamp (for free) leather shapes or a belt you've bought in store.
Thanks to Cathy from Narrandera, NSW for sending in a photo of her water dragon checking out 'Stories of Australian Country People'. “I didn't think anyone would probably send you a photo of your book being read by a water dragon, so here's one for you!” said Cathy.
With recent rain, seeds that had been lying dormant in sand hills and rocky outcrops suddenly germinated and rapidly burst into bloom, like these on Durham Downs Station in Queensland’s far south west Channel Country.
Helen has hundreds of photos of the amazing variety of wildflowers… a delight to the senses!
Following recent rain, 2016 is a year for the most magnificent display of wildflowers Lyle and Helen have ever seen.
DID YOU KNOW that the principle of leading horses, doing up their tack, and mounting from the near side (the horse's left) goes back to the days of wearing swords on horseback? Since a sword is usually hung from the left hip, mounting from the left means the scabbarded sword does not have to cross [...]
The wonderful results of rain across far South West Queensland’s Channel Country. A waterhole at Naryilco Station.
Julia Palmer said, "We love our copy of Kent Saddlery's Stories of Australian Country People! It's always fun to read about ranching in other parts of the world and this book combines the stories with beautiful photos of both the people and the land. It captures both hardships and joys of working and living on the land.”
Jon Cobb, Manager of Durham Downs Station, in far south west Queensland’s Channel Country, couldn’t stop smiling at the sight of the rising flood water just beyond the homestead veranda.
The Kent Saddlery Supafloat crossing the Cooper Creek at Innamincka, and Cooper Creek floodwaters at Innamincka, South Australia.