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Let's get the ball rolling with some landscape shots taken at the edge of the town of Mudgee. They are just pretty pictures but that is the point - it is pretty country around here.

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  1. Yeah, I love all those names too - Dunnedoo especially.

    Nice to see that paddock all ploughed up too. Gulgong ... not sure I have ever been out that way.

    I am considering Grenfell for the Queens Bday LWE 2011 for the Henry Lawson Festival.

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  2. Gulgong has a Henry Lawson Festival too and a Henry Lawson Museum. The town has also has a quite large jam packed local history museum too. Worth a visit.

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  3. I love landscapes and this is a beauty. Yep, the Gulgong Henry Lawson museum is good.

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  4. Sounds like a great spot to visit - haven't really explored that area at all, so looking forward to seeing more pix!

    Happy travels!!

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  5. I will check up on my railway map which is easier.

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