|One of the Dam's looking toward Kandos|
|On the property, Lindoway looking back toward The Shed|
It happened. A rare weekend when I wasn't shooting for a client! So I threw the camera in the car and headed three hours out of Sydney to the Central Tablelands.
I visited a friend's property, Lindoway, in Rylstone, a small town with a population of 615 people and at least 10 times that in sheep!
|View toward the town of Kandos|
Today is particularly warm 30 degrees celsius but it did cool considerably in the evening.
There don't seem to be any mosquitos but the flies certainly make up for it. The great Aussie salute probably originated here! So many flies...
There are always jobs to do on a property and today one of them was to install the letterbox. A little reward to ourselves for our hard work was a little nature walk.
This little spot at the top of the property is typical Aussie scenery complete with Kanagroos. They hopped away as we got close but we did spy the spot where they had slept during the day. I'm just glad that we didn't find out where the black snakes were sleeping!
|Teddy on the ride back to the Shed|
|Inside the old Shearing Shed|
|Rustic Shed Bathroom|
|Downtown Rylstone. |
The Globe Hotel Beer Garden is the perfect place for a refreshing drink after a hot day on the farm!
CAPERTEE - A quick stop on the way home.
|Petrol Station in Capertee, NSW|
|The Catholic Church in Capertee|
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