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Today I'm starting taking you on a journey to the far west of New South Wales (NSW) and then into South Australia and up to the large inland salt lake of Lake Eyre.
Our travel west in NSW was mainly via back roads with our first pause being to have a look at the 1 teacher school where I started my teaching career - Wallundry, about 20 kilometres out of the town of Temora and standing in the middle of wheat and sheep paddocks.
The school has been closed since 1969 or 1970 but it was a shock to find it in a state of ruin. It turned out that a willy willy (like a tornado but usually smaller) had been through and ripped apart the roof and uprooted several trees.
In the WS are a photo taken from outside the school gate and one of an abandoned farm worker's cottage visible from the school.
If you go to the Temora folder you'll see photos that I took of the school in 1966 when I was a very younger new teacher and one I took in 2010.

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