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Lockhart


I was keen to visit Lockhart, having seen it very empty on Christmas day last time we were out this way. It's a tiny bit busier on a wet work day.

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  1. I stayed on a sheep farm outside Lockhart in 1967. We went to a fair in Lockhart and I got incredibly sick on one of their .amusements

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    1. I have never stayed at a sheep stain, or cattle station or any sort of farm stay though I was raise in the country but as a "townie".

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