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Oct 31, 2014 - Wildflower spectacular

Every year in the second weekend of November, the wongan ballidu tourism group hosts the reynoldson reserve festival, to celebrate the spectacular display of flowering verticordias in reynoldson reserve. The whole reserve is waist high in pink, with a sprinkling of white, yellow and purple. It's definitely the most exceptional wildflower display I have ever seen. The festival kicks off on Friday evening at the visitor center, with the opening of the art and photography exhibition, accompanied by wine and cheese, and live acoustic music by...

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Sep 29, 2014 - Home on the farm

It's lovely be home. I've done a bit of gardening. The veggies are in, and I revamped my leaking pond with a new "rock look" liner. This morning I added 8 tadpoles from Shari's pond. On the weekend I went up to Shari and Chris's for tea. Chris cooked a tender beef stew in the camp oven and Emma made dumplings to go on top. I brought cheese and bikkies, wine and potatoes stuffed with garlic and herb butter and wrapped in foil to go in the fire. The girls made jaffas for desert. These are hollowed out oranges filled with chocolate cake mix,...

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Jul 1, 2012 - Going All Night

We just got through capricorn (town) on our way for all night drive, at capricorn there is a bar and grill. can't add photo on dads laptop and it doesn't work got to go though out of signal soon so yeah just updating you that we are doing a alll nighter. Night :Ryan

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Jun 30, 2012 - The trip north to warmer temps !!

Hi all Figured you all might be interested in following our trip up north, as we experience sone warmer temps and lots of red dust - and no doubt a gorge or three. We plan to check out Broome very briefly, on to numerous gorges, the Bungle Bungles, Kununurra, Katherine, Darwin, Alice Springs, the rock and then back along the Great Central rd. While in the NT, we will check out Litchfield National park, Kakadu, Mataranka and what ever else we can in and around Darwin, including the Mirdill Beach markets, Air Museum, wave pool and possibly a...

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