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Unworldly Reflections

May 7th 2021
We're a bit weary after a late night of conviviality, so we bypass breakfast and move straight on to a very pleasant lunch. "Spoons" restaurant is apparently a Swan Hill institution, and we dine in an idyllic setting on a large deck among the gum trees overlooking the Little Murray River. Issy's still feeling a bit tired after last night's libations, so I head off on my own to the Pioneer Settlem ... read more
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Australian Flag Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
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26th June 2021

Awesome Lake Tyrell
I heard of Lake Tyrell in a Backroads feature on ABC TV but never like this. A sunset over a flooded salt lake...redefines awesome. We spent hours photographing the sunset on the flooded salt Salar in Bolivia when following the Dakar Rally. Yet Lake Tyrell is so close to home...gotta go when its flooded as your pics attest...yet also gotta go when the NSW/Victoria border is open!!!
29th June 2021

Lake Tyrrell
Thx for this. Yep, awesome place, and can't believe we'd never been there before. You have my sympathies re your lockdown, and for once it's not us. We're supposed to be going to Darwin and Broome in mid July, but looking less likely by the day.....

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