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More lines

We are back near  Mudgee where the country lines are vineyards, all looking a little forlorn at this time of year.  


  1. See, this is just gorgeous! The rows, the sticks rather than leaves. The corrugated farm house.

    Except for that abomination of a 'new' shed ...

  2. Ah but we need new sheds to get old sheds.


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