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We went into Parkes to pick up some petrol.   I think of Parkes as being where the big wheat, big sheep, big sky country begins.

Our next port of call was to be Forbes.  I settled on this diversion to our route because I had found out that we missed a Royal Hotel last time we passed through, and what better reason is there to visit a town?

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  1. It sounds like you're in Montana, it's all of those things you describe. I would hate to think you would miss one of the Royals. Maybe a book of Royals?

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