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Update: 14th April 1997

Good News, every tree is alive and accounted for. Thanks to all those people who helped plant them last spring. The grevilleas by the caravan are bursting with flowers and twice their size. The Cootamundra wattles are thick and grey blue. The She Oak by the soak is now taller than I am. Everything is flourishing except the little apple tree which is only holding its own. Thanks again to all those intrepid gardeners.

Overshadowing our meagre plantings is the native regrowth. Wattles that were shrubs at Christmas are now trees and gums sprout everywhere in lush profusion.

Nature is alive and well Out There

Animal Watch
Bats can now be added to the list of animals that live Out There! Tiny little bats, the size of a swallow, dart around the air at sunset in a twirling, flitting areal display.

Birdwatch
Eagle
sighted heading west on the first day of our holidays. Kestral hunting over the Blasted Plain. Kookaburras everywhere.

Bushwalkers rejoice. A new walk has been found that leads over the mountains west from Out There. This spectacular walk visits two mountains and numerous cones via a high narrow ridge. It is a comfortable walk that takes you there and back in a day. Views are glorious, some 360 degrees, of farmland and National Park.
We are planning an expedition -

enthusiastic walkers can now sign up for this exclusive walk on top of the world.

 

Good News, every tree is alive and accounted for. Thanks to all those people who helped plant them last spring. The grevilleas by the caravan are bursting with flowers and twice their size. The Cootamundra wattles are thick and grey blue. The She Oak by the soak is now taller than I am. Everything is flourishing except the little apple tree which is only holding its own. Thanks again to all those intrepid gardeners.

Overshadowing our meagre plantings is the native regrowth. Wattles that were shrubs at Christmas are now trees and gums sprout everywhere in lush profusion.

Nature is alive and well Out There

Animal Watch
Bats can now be added to the list of animals that live Out There! Tiny little bats, the size of a swallow, dart around the air at sunset in a twirling, flitting areal display.

Birdwatch
Eagle
sighted heading west on the first day of our holidays. Kestral hunting over the Blasted Plain. Kookaburras everywhere.

Bushwalkers rejoice. A new walk has been found that leads over the mountains west from Out There. This spectacular walk visits two mountains and numerous cones via a high narrow ridge. It is a comfortable walk that takes you there and back in a day. Views are glorious, some 360 degrees, of farmland and National Park.
We are planning an expedition -

enthusiastic walkers can now sign up for this exclusive walk on top of the world.