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We are touring again and heading east.   I'm surprised at how the dry bushland gives way to big sky farming country.  We are entering grain and cotton growing areas.


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  1. Rather flat looking scrub country there.

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    1. It is quite flat … lots and lots of crops. Until the mountains pop out of the plains … see the next shot.

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  2. Is this up near where thgey want to doze the Shenua mine?

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    1. Yes in the general area - a bit south of here. We pass thru the Liverpool Plains on the way home.

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