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Looking for Yarrabin 9 of 10


Plenty of shearing sheds around here but still no sign of Yarrabin.  I'm getting worried because we have been driving quite a long time and what if this road ends up at a farm gate and we have to go back the way we came.

I dig out Madam Tom Tom who reassures me that we are not heading towards a dead end but also that Yarrabin was way back there somewhere.

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  1. Yeah, but MTT got last somewhere out the back of bulamakanka when you road-tripped to Lake Eyre. Best to leave here there.

    See those rocks in the foreground? They are like the rocks down near ... not Canberra ... south of there. I think I say this each time.

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