A perfect weekend in winter to visit Wandillah homestead. No rain, not too... cold, great fellowship and plenty of lush green vegetation. Your reporter can't count, but there must have been a dozen or more Rotarians and partners from the club on Saturday night. Andrew Love and Jan visited briefly on Saturday. Some 150 trees were planted to replace dead ones and fill in gaps. Even small trees maybe 10 years young or less have a significant effect in arresting the progress of eroded gullies. The evidence is very plain. Some sore shoulders from lifting 200L drums over the plantings and thumping star-droppers to support them. Despite that several drums were noticed in creek beds. Plenty of kangaroos bounding over the hills amongst the sheep and cattle, which didn't seem to notice, and 'trimmed' trees where the 'roos had fed. A great weekend of fellowship. Stunning views of the Burra environs. The final day brought out the best of mechanics as Mikey, Rob, Neville, G2 and GW2 got the Land Rover going after a brief 90 min in which it wouldn't go. Blocked fuel line. G2 practiced his chipping shots while Rob and Mikey tried 'petrol sniffing' - they don't recommend it.