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We've left the parched inland behind and irrigated crops are appearing.  I wonder if they were being literal when they named this town.

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  1. I have just been scrolling through your posts to catch up. You bring back so many memories of our trip back when we first retired. keep safe from fires.

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    1. I like seeing places I have been in other peoples blogs too, to relive the memories. And if they go places I have not been it is a chance to plan some.

      We are safe from the fires. They are nowhere near Lawson (or Clandulla) at the moment.

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