4th Stop

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Our 4th stop finds us in Longreach. I thought the township of Longreach was a lot larger than it was. Due to the swarming flies, there was nothing for us to do except visit  The Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame.  Thought it was kinda expensive to enter a fancy shed full of old shit.

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Longreach is an out-post and somewhere you really need to stop, rest and gather supplies if you’re heading further west.  You know you’ve hit Out-Back when you reach Longreach and from here on you must fuel up anywhere you can.  The towns get smaller and further apart.

I was planning to take us further west to Birdsville. I want to see the Simpson Desert. We are not equipped to cross and the desert is conservation area (no dogs) but you can get a good view from…

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Diligence – Life – Light – Love

From guestwriters

Forgiving others is not so simple. It is not always easy to go to some one and say “sorry” or to say “I forget what you have done to me” or “I forgive you”.

In this world true followers of Christ should show others the same love Jesus had for mankind. Like the master teacher they should also try to be the embodiment of true life, by simply acknowledging that they are lacking in true love and therefore true life and light and if they do this from their heart and ask Jesus into their heart then he has promised that he will come into their heart and fill them with his love and light and life so that then they too can be a true expression of love and light and life.

“True Light The life is the Light is the Love” writes

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A Book by the Brook — Grace Hopper

Friendly Fairy Tales

Finds tongues in trees, books in running brooks,
Sermons in stones, and good in everything.

— William Shakespeare

A Book by the Brook: Book Reviews at FriendlyFairyTales.com

Warning, geek alert! My geeky flag flies high in my love of Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code, by Laurie Wallmark, illustrated by Katy Wu, Sterling Children’s Books, 2017.

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