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Borden overnighter (Free camping)


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A quick morning tea stop in Ravensthorpe. The other intrepid couple MargĂ´t & Andrew caught up & said a final good bye as they headed North. We took the opportunity to take a couple of photos of the Seat Art Project.
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Our overnight stop tonight is Borden. This is a one shop town although it also has a Tavern which is our dinner destination. The friendly general store Lady directed us towards an area near the sports oval where there had been some sightings of Wildflowers & Orchids. Borden is never mentioned as a place to view Wild Flowers but boy did we see some flowers. If you like flowers put it on your list of places to visit.
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Was thinking of picking up some fuel, but Pump said no...and they're very safety conscious in Borden.
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Borden street Artwork
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The primary school had this lovely Lady.
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Posted by iandeborah 23:15 Archived in Australia

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Gorgeous flowers - lots of those in Cranbrook when I was a child. My aunt and uncle lived at Borden for a while in the 50s.......memories.
Safe travels. X

by Wendy Shine

Just loving that silo art work...just beautiful. Wildflowers are pretty spectacular too.. catch up soon x

by Rose

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