The Bookkeeper and The Cameleer

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The Bookkeeper and The Cameleer

  1. 1. Wayne T Hart—Professional Bookkeeper<br />The Bookkeeper and The Cameleer <br />Approximately 6 to 8 weeks ago, I walked a section of the Bibbulmun Track. This was one of the things I needed to do before I leave the planet. The section was from Kalamunda to “The Camel Farm”. This journey took me approx 3 hours. At the Camel Farm I had Tea and scones and met the owner Chris O’Hora. After conversation, Chris offered me a lift back to Kalamunda. In the return trip Chris explained he was without a Bookkeeper and was using Quickbooks software.<br /> <br />In the previous week ending the 1st August I received a call from Chris to ask me if I could visit him at the Camel Farm to resolve a number of accounting issues. I drove up there on Wednesday the 4th August and we spent two hours discussing his accounting needs for the close of the financial year past. Chris is a great guy. Fit as a mallee camel and a dinkam Australian. Chris is also a Fireman of sum 30 years and the Calamunnda Camel Farm & Tea Rooms is a business hobby. His Camel farm sits at the side of the Bibbulmun track (beautiful country) and yesterday many a walker dropped in for tea and scones. He has a Cameleer available for those people requiring a Camel ride. <br />I recommend a visit to any person.<br />For more information you can go to their website http://camelfarm.com<br />You can follow me on Facebook, just look up “Wayne T Hart—Professional Bookkeeper”.<br />

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