Monthly Archives: May 2014

Dogs on the Backs of Utes 17

I took this photo in the main street of Scone last Saturday, just as the ute was pulling away from the curb. So the answer is yes, this tiny dog really was relegated to the back of the ute. I’m pretty … Continue reading

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Aboriginal scarred tree 4

Last Sunday we walked over to the very beautiful paddock know as the Lower Wilderness. We went to check on a water trough that had recently been overflowing. My brother had adjusted the float while we were away. It was … Continue reading

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Men with chainsaws 3

Halfway between Gundy and Scone… Never give a boofhead a chainsaw. Unfortunately, it happens a lot…

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Men with chainsaws 2…Dude, Sweet

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Dogs on the Backs of Utes 16

Waiting patiently outside the Gundy pub. A whole lotta dog on the back of a ute.            Ted, Sally, Suzie and Bella. But where’s Bruno? There he is, facing the other way. They look a bit cramped but they are as … Continue reading

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Aboriginal scarred trees 3

We found these two Aboriginal scarred trees yesterday. Living and growing White Box trees. Big and old. The first tree is fantastic. The overgrowth of the bark is very deep over the scar.  When I put my hand into the … Continue reading

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Here be wombats!

Watch out Ellie! You don’t want to go in there… In my final post for last year,  I wrote of the return of wombats to our land after many decades absence. Here is fresh evidence – a new wombat hole! … Continue reading

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