Beside the Goulburn River at Murchison. A beautiful place to relax 🙂
Rod thinks it would be a great place to try fishing and I’m sure I could relax with a note pad and come up with a poem . . . or two.
Here…Kitty, Kitty, Kitty!
Your blog makes me want to visit Australia! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you 🙂 And if you ever get the chance…let me know! It would be wonderful to meet you 🙂
You never know, I just might take you up on that offer!
I remmber swimming in the Murray river, which was a very similar colour…. and that the fine silty mud got into the fabric of my costume…. never was the same again!
I’ve always thought of the two rivers as being very similar and both have a wonderful paddle steamer history, although more so the Murray. The scenery around both rivers is magnificent but I’m not a swimmer, in any water, and that silty mud certainly doesn’t inspire me to try!
I was young!
Oh, what an idyllic setting, Lancer…and a very painterly image (surely one of your BEST EVERS?)! “I think that I shall never see, a poem lovely as a tree”…or something better than that?
Thank you! It is a beautiful setting and well looked after which is nice. I only just missed getting a photo of a wattlebird – a second too slow and I only got his tail as he flew away!
And yes, I think trees are the best living poems!
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