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Utes in the Paddock

It seems that art is a big thing around here. In the local park at Yeoval there is this exhibit letting people know of the Utes in Paddock art display at Ootha a couple of hours away.  I might go find it one day.


  1. Wow! That's an amazing decoration!! Drove through Deniliquin recently - they've actually got an annual event - the 'Ute Muster'!!! That'd be amazing too ...

  2. I love the aboriginal 'graffiti'. Actually I'm looking foward to get one of those painted wooden lizards but I haven't find the right one yet.

  3. Very home-made looking and rather aboriginal. I love it.


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