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Lawson to Clandulla - the end



We spent one night at Lawson, where the daffodils were beginning to bloom, to unpack the van then headed out to Clandulla where as expected the wattle welcomed us home.

That's the end of this trip, I hope to retire before we set off again.

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  1. Its been wonderful to follow you on this expedition. Good luck with your retirement plans. Hopefully not too long before you are on the road again.

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    1. I expect it will be at least 6 months before we do anything really interesting. I am glad you enjoyed going in the trip with us.

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  2. Beautiful wattle. retirement is fun.

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