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Talwood to Mitchell

We departed talwood and stopped at Nindigully Pub for morning tean. They have done a lot of work since we were here last year.. There was a 4 wheel push bike in the yard.
This is the pub with a sign "Free Beer yesterday" we always seem to miss out.
We left Nindigully and drove to St George where we had lunch at the same spot that we have beet to before. After lunch we started the drive towards Mitchell.
On the way we came across many emus and kangaroos.
We also came across a very nice sign at the entrance to a Cattle Station.
We camped for the night just 40 km south of Mitchell on the banks of a river.
Next morning it was on again and came across a sculpture commemorating the exploits of the bushrangers, The Kenniff Brothers who were captured here.
We arrived finally at Mitchell and set up camp on the banks of the Neil Turner Weir. It is lovely here.
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Posted by Bobmacc 03:28

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