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To answer Julie's question ... the photo for today and the last couple of days were from a road out from Bega.

This is the end of our seaside interlude. We returned home relaxed the energised. Tomorrow I'm taking you on a very different day out, over the the mountains out west.

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  1. It wasn't quite so green when I passed through this way last December. Looking forward to heading down this way again in a month or two.

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  2. Bega ... you.are.joshing.me.

    You went from Kiama to Lawson via Bega. Not a route that would have sprung immediately to mind.

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  3. A lonely tree on a flat ground is always a great sight!

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