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Moving on we get closer to the coast into the Upper Hunter valley.  The hills disappear and the rain comes back. We are taking a little detour to the town of Cassilis because I have not visited it before and as you know I like little country towns.


  1. Lovely set of curves you have there, Joan. *grin*

    That field/paddock appears to be mown, but not to be under production. I wonder if is were mown to increase the visibility for drivers alone?

  2. Super shot of a rainbow. Did you find the pot of gold?

  3. Now this is a rainbow! I haven't seen one in years...


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