Off road driving
Are you a 4x4 freak? If the answer is yes, the Isa is the place for you! :)
The great Outback is just 5 minutes out of town. With the recent rain, you get flood plains and puddles here and there for some actions, not the mention the flooded river crossing. ;)
Pic shows my beloved Freelander that just went through the overflowed Leichardt River into the outback. 4x4, water, food, torchlight, Swiss army knife, matchsticks, firestarter, fuel, cattle dog, use your common sense :p
You`re not a real Aussie `til you`ve been to......
Stayed 2,5 months in the Isa. Girls you find more blokes than anywhere else :-)
You`ll find one of the world largest underground mines rich of copper, silver, lead and zinc in The Isa. The world`s top three producer of silver and top 10 of copper and zinc. It`s locally known as a rough and ready but prosperous town and job oppertunities have attracted people from about 60 different ethnic groups.
- the Mine
- Lake Mandoora
- rodeo in August
"Argylla caravan Village"
My hometown in Australia is the Isa. Cause I stayed 2,5 months at argylla caravan village. Spend my time working in Jr Turanga Supermarket and Laura Johnson Home. Get to know the local people and the area around the Isa.
Its worth staying a couple of days just visiting the major attractions. Get into the local people and pubs.
The Gulf country.
Hi i recently discovered i had relatives at gregory downs so i thought id pay them a visit ,it was a very enjoyable experience in lots of ways .It turns out my incle Elton owns a cattle station here thats 450 square kms and he runs approx 10,000 head of cattle give or take a 1000 as cattle rustling still happens in these parts ,considering it can take you a day to get to some of the most extreme perimeters, we know its happening but we more or less have to catch them red handed to proof it and also have to be careful not to confront them alone or theres a good chance youll end up as road kill.
"the gregory pub"
Hi to pass through this town in the day you could be forgiven in thinking that no one lives here ,but come friday night people come in from the surrounding cattle stations to let there hair hang down,well thats an understatement they go crazy !
My 9 to 5 weekdays hideout
"Dentist, Insurance, Lawyers (?!)"
Can't help wondering whether this is really a coincidence. Insurance and lawyers right next door!
Have you notice that almost every dentists have an aquarium in their clinics? Do the fish really help calm the anxious and nervous patient down? I doubt so!
Don't worry, Scott doesn't have a niece who needs orthodontic treamtment. (If you haven't seen Finding Nemo go see it now! :p)
"Where the actions begin"
So you don't wanna be here? Neither do I! :p
See the computer monitor like thing? That's the computer monitor for the intra-oral camera. :p Also have broadband internet access! Hope my boss doesn't catch me on VT while the patient's in the chair!
First the fish, now some greens for your eyes. Is green suppose to be a calming colour???
The chair in this room doesn't work and is used for patient recovery. No, the patient didn't faint during the procedures. :p We practice nitrous oxide sedation (in other word, put patient who tends to faint to partial sleep before they faint). ;)
Leading to the action rooms. Hanging on the wall are hand drawn city maps from Japan and England.
"The other end of the corridor"
Doesn't look as nice as the patient's waiting area, this place is for the dentists, nurses and receptionists.
Also leads to the backdoor for dentist who's too afraid of the patient to sneak out.