This is a kind of guest post. My Newcastle friend, Rosemary Barnard, read Corrugated iron 1 and sent me three photos that I have to share. We’ve been friends since we were 8 and each year we go somewhere pleasant for a few days talking, photographing, orchid-hunting, flower-viewing and general prowling around. A few years ago she found Mullengrove Cottage in the hills behind Berry on the NSW south coast. It was built in the 1840s somewhere else and the owner transported it onto his property for the pleasure of people like us. Fortunately he ignored his father’s suggestion that he paint it and left it in its dilapidating corrugated glory.