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The southern Flinders Ranges

After we left our magical overnight camping ground, and our lovely new neighbours (and all the flies!), we spent some nights in Rawnsley Park Station. We stayed there two years ago, and this link will tell you more about the history … Continue reading

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Copi Hollow peace

Some photos taken from our camping park, at Copi Hollow, one of the lakes in the Menindee Lakes System. You can imagine how difficult it was to see sights like these from the caravan! (Please remember too that these are … Continue reading

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Women’s Peace Garden, Newmarket Saleyards and the Maribyrnong River

We have had some glorious Autumn weather in Melbourne the last couple of days. I decided my walk would be also be an exploration.Two or three times a week, perhaps even more, I travel down Epsom Road, through Kensington. For … Continue reading

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Texture on Thursday — beach

Summer is here — for half the world, anyway. During the heat the beach calls….

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How does my garden grow?

The trees in my street are beautiful jacarandas — one of my very favourite trees. I also have one in my backyard. Really, it is too big for my small yard, but I can’t bring myself to  do anything about … Continue reading

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How does my veggie garden grow?

On gloriously sunny days like today the garden is a wonderful place. The front of my house faces north. In the Southern Hemisphere that is the perfect light for growing vegetables. So my front garden is the perfect place to … Continue reading

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How does my garden grow?

My garden is only small, but I like to pack in as much as I can….. The hats on my ornamental garlics always bring a smile to my face.

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East to Menindee

I want to leave the Flinders Ranges now and head almost due east for about 500 km, to Menindee. It is a small town, about an hour south-east of Broken Hill, on the Darling River and right on the edge … Continue reading

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Leaving the Flinders Ranges

I am going to leave blogging about the Flinders Ranges for awhile. Time to move east to Menindee and Kinchega National Park. So, one last photo…… …..and a link to a blog that has beautiful photos of the Ranges. http://thesentimentalbloke.com/2012/10/moorilah-moon/Continue reading

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A farewell sunset from the Finders Ranges

We stayed in the Rawnsley Park Station camping ground. We were lucky enough to be there with a group of jazz musicians who came up every year to play. Over 4 or 5 nights they generously gave free jazz concerts … Continue reading

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