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  • John Carey - Celebrant problem!

Updated: Nov 29, 2021

Home for Keith and Kylie is near Barkers Creek, Nanango and anyone familiar with this location knows how quickly it can become an inland sea when enough rain falls upstream! It was appropriate that two #DeutzFahr tractors graced the entrance!

Moments from another downpour!

Most spring and summer weddings in the #SouthBurnett have a Plan A and a Plan B! Why? Storms love to appear around 3 pm, the preferred time for a ceremony to start!

Plan B was activated early by Keith and Kylie, thanks to the non-stop rain falling on and above their Plan A location. Plan B was a recently renovated pavilion at the Nanango Showgrounds and was easily able to accommodate the many family treasures that enabled the farm to be brought into town!

I still find it intriguing after 21 years of marrying couples how many guests will turn up to a wedding, when rain is already falling as they leave home, WITHOUT an umbrella!

I love doubling as the umbrella fairy and enjoy escorting many an immaculately dressed grandma, guest and complete stranger with my limited supply of umbrellas into a Plan B venue! Saturday was no different!

Hand made rings for rehearsal - thanks Jason!

It almost seemed that everyone was just happy to just be wet after 8 years of waiting for such glorious rain filling creeks to near flood levels, boosting storage dam levels and creating detours.

This and more is all in a day's work for a farming family!

Congratulations Mr and Mrs Black!

Legend is that the ledge holds the score of how many drinks the groom and his party consumed on wedding eve!
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