Lyn and Carl
Lyn and Carl manage Myella and they are passionate about everything that happens here. Both of them love to chat and love to show guests around.
Being outside with the animals are their favourite things however now days Lyn is often left with the pink jobs e.g. cooking and cleaning. While Carl does most of the blue jobs, like mustering cattle and fixing fences etc. This picture was taken by a professional photographer who kindly did a random family shoot with us. Check out her site http://www.buddphotography.com.au/
Olive and Peter Eather
Olive is a local and she is Lyn's Mother and grew up on a neighbouring farm. Lyn's Father Peter sadly passed away in 2019 they were married for 55 years.
Peter and Olive have three children and two grand children. Olive is as tough as nails and loves to work. Although she is in her mid 70's she is a valuable member of the team working tirelessly.
Olive has shared the recipes she uses click the link below.
Why is this dog in the tree? Well he is different that's for sure.
This dog has a Spanish name, Jose, and he has a fear of cows! He lost his first farm job as he was suppose to muster cattle. Now he lives with us and we don't ask him to work. Jose gets lots of pats and can play with guests all day.
There is another dog who lives here. She is Carl's personal working dog and she is in training. Her name is Shadow and she loves to cattle work.
Shadow has been trained to only take commands from Carl. Guests are not permit to play with her. Having only one master makes her a better working dog. Carl rewards her with play that is work, so her work becomes play.
Two parrots live here, they were wild birds but injured and rescued and can no longer fly.
One is called Pink Floyd and he/she loves to chat and says "Hello, kiss kiss, what are you doing, bye-bye." Pink Floyd was found by a guest while on our walking trail. He has lived at Myella for over 10 years!
Floyd seemed lonely so we found another bird who lived with another family. Good Golly is his/her name and he sings "La, La, La" and likes to dance with you.
Both birds give us double-trouble. Some people say, there are a bunch of galahs living at Myella, and the funny thing is that not all of them have feathers!