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Goodie, an abandoned building with a windmill thrown in for good measure.

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  1. A rural retreat - secluded location - fresh mountain water....what more could a person want!

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  2. Like a lot of old people, it looks a bit unsteady on it's legs!

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  3. Ah, a typical Australian country scene - just perfect. It's nice to travel and it's also nice to come back to our beautiful land and sweet, clear country air!
    Thank you kindly for your comments while I've been away - they were much appreciated. Susan xx :D)

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  4. And a tankstand ... and pilings that have set to swaying.

    Is that a kookaburra on the hip of the roof? Or a maggie ...

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  5. Haha! 2 of my favourite things!! Now ... if only there was an old fence post front and centre ...

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  6. This is lovely! Great find, Joan.

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  7. I love the things readers notice ... the unsteady legs, the magpie on the roof. The front fence is missing but I was careful to include the back fence in the crop because it framed it in some way.

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