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With my new 100 towns project in mind we set off on a new track west of Mudgee looking for Yarrabin ... not sure if it is a town or just a dot on the map. 

It didn't take me long to ask the car to stop for photo of an old building which in the end was not so good but this old tree growing by the fence interested me.  Are these pears?

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  1. Thanks. I thought they might be quinces then settled on pears instead.

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  2. I am really looking forward to your new project, and being over the border, I'm sure many of the towns you photograph will be new to me.

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