I have lots of memories of playing in the shearing shed as a little kid

I have lots of memories of playing in the shearing shed as a little kid

Men shear sheep in an open sided barn. Location: Jimbow, West Queensland, Australia.

Men shear sheep in an open sided barn. Location: Jimbow, West Queensland, Australia.


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A flock of sheep moving to another field through a narrow gate. - Scott Bridle

A flock of sheep moving to another field through a narrow gate. - Scott Bridle

Wallace HutBACK   Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia    PREVIOUS <     Wallace’s Hut near Falls Creek is the oldest hut in Victoria’s Alpine National Park. It was built by the three Wallace brothers, Arthur, William and Stewart, who arrived as small boys in Melbourne from Ireland in 1869. Now used by hikers and cross country skiers for emergency shelter, it’s not exactly the height of luxury.

Wallace HutBACK Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia PREVIOUS < Wallace’s Hut near Falls Creek is the oldest hut in Victoria’s Alpine National Park. It was built by the three Wallace brothers, Arthur, William and Stewart, who arrived as small boys in Melbourne from Ireland in 1869. Now used by hikers and cross country skiers for emergency shelter, it’s not exactly the height of luxury.

largest cattle stations in Australia   - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

largest cattle stations in Australia - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

The Falkland Islands. Despite tensions, development at Britain’s remote outpost. Eight thousand miles from London, the Falkland Islands are a cold, rugged Galápagos-like spot swarming with penguins, seals, whales and other wildlife. Over the last few decades, though, politics has trumped nature: more than 30 years since the Falklands War, tensions remain high between Argentina and Britain, especially with vast oil reserves now being explored offshore.

Falkland Islands

The Falkland Islands. Despite tensions, development at Britain’s remote outpost. Eight thousand miles from London, the Falkland Islands are a cold, rugged Galápagos-like spot swarming with penguins, seals, whales and other wildlife. Over the last few decades, though, politics has trumped nature: more than 30 years since the Falklands War, tensions remain high between Argentina and Britain, especially with vast oil reserves now being explored offshore.

Falkland Islands.  This is Stanley Cathedral. How many churches have whale bones in the churchyard?

Falkland Islands. This is Stanley Cathedral. How many churches have whale bones in the churchyard?

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