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These horses were in the opasture next to our trailer park. This is the horse country of Australia.
These horses were in the opasture next to our trailer park. This is the horse country of Australia.
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This hugh cork tree is in Warwick and was imported in 1851. It is the local tourist attraction!
This hugh cork tree is in Warwick and was imported in 1851. It is the local tourist attraction!
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The cork tree sign.
The cork tree sign.
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The trunk of the tree is large and the bark is the cork. The bark is removed and grows back. This tree has never been harvested so the cork is very thick.
The trunk of the tree is large and the bark is the cork. The bark is removed and grows back. This tree has never been harvested so the cork is very thick.
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Wew has passed through a lot of these small towns like Warwick and they all look similar with the false front stores like the western towns in the US.
Wew has passed through a lot of these small towns like Warwick and they all look similar with the false front stores like the western towns in the US.
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The main street is usually very wide, sometimes with a divider like Warwick. We have started to see palm trees.
The main street is usually very wide, sometimes with a divider like Warwick. We have started to see palm trees.
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Most of the sidewalks in front of the stores are covered. The sun is very intense here so the shade is welcome.
Most of the sidewalks in front of the stores are covered. The sun is very intense here so the shade is welcome.
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This road scene is typical of this part of Australia and it is still very dry.
This road scene is typical of this part of Australia and it is still very dry.
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More of the same - as far as the eye can see! We are looking forward to seeing the ocean and lush green forests again!
More of the same - as far as the eye can see! We are looking forward to seeing the ocean and lush green forests again!
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