We are in Gail's kitchen today. Gail lives in a Queenslander, which is a house up on stilts, surrounded by a veranda, usually on all sides. They're wonderful old, distinctive houses that were built to suit living in the tropics.
"This is my kitchen, it's an 100 year old Queenslander that my hubby and l brought 10 years ago. We have spent the last 10 years doing it up, we have nearly finished. Most of the work we did ourselves or had someone help hubby to do it, it took a while as hubby has to work full time.
In the kitchen we replaced everything including the floor boards, we replaced the cupboards with drawers, which are more convenient, l collect tea pots, cups and saucers, milk jugs, anything with country animals on it, l love spending time here. Thankyou for coming to visit."
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