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Big mango


We had to find a 'big thing' sometime.  We're at Bowen.  Bowen mangos are like Gayndah oranges, Stanthorpe apples and Kingaroy peanuts ... almost everyone in Queensland has heard of them.

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  1. Oh wow, that is BIG!!!!
    Also Love your shots of the last few days, that jumping silhouette is a prize winner.

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    1. Thanks Peter. The solhouette was a chance capture which pleased me a lot.

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    1. At least this big thing was nice and clean and well kept, so many of them fall into disrepair after a year or two.

      My husband enjoyed the frozen mango that they sell there.

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  3. mmmmm....I love mangoes.
    I'd eat them every day if I could.
    But if I eat too many I get hives!

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  4. And I can't believe I haven't had any since I got here - Boiled Peanuts.
    I forgot about them!
    I'll have to get off to the old Bettie Bros fruit shop for a bag tomorrow.

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  5. It actually looks like it's been cleaned up since the last time we were there a few years ago - Bowen is our nemesis. The only 2 times we've stayed there, there's been a massive unseasonal deluge!

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