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  • Coffee Break: Elbow Hill is about 13k from Cowell if you're travelling South or 28k past Arno Bay if you're going North.... read story
  • The Climb : When I was a teenager a few of us climbed or hiked from West Wallsend to the summit of ... read story
  • Mt Pfitzner: Mt Pfitzner was named after Carl Pfitzner born in Silesia (now Poland) in 1853 Pfitzner was with the the government surveyors ... read story
  • Mt Jellore N.S.W: About 150 million years ago the whole of Eastern Australia was uplifted creating the steep escarpments of the Blue Mountains ... read story
  • Visit to Clutterbuck Hils: My husband Jack and I flew into the Airstrip at Patjarr near the Clutterbuck Hills and spent three lovely days ... read story
  • Pork Chop Bend: My Dad Bill drove trucks full of rabbits from Mildura to the Melbourne Market in the 1950's. He can ... read story
  • Mount Farrell and Lake Herbert: The walk starts in Tullah a former mining and hydro town located on Lake Rosebery ( a flooded section of ... read story
  • Mount Farrell and Lake Herbert: The walk starts in Tullah a former mining and hydro town located on Lake Rosebery ( a flooded section of ... read story

cliffy is going there (9 May 2011)

contributed by viking
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15 months into researching mount clifford it looks like I am going there Monday 16May I am on holiday from u k and this is my treat .I am a member of the Clifford Association family history group uk that goes world wide with its newsletter my story will be in the newsletter December issue. I am being taken there on a 4 wd, will be doing the creek as well.I have a sneeky suspician 1 day is not enough I will be staying at Morapoi Station near Kookynie 2 hours from kallgorlie 6 hours from Perth amI nuts or what noI just love WA & the goldfield history oh by the wayI hope to be shown how to pan for gold.Photos & story to follow next week if you guyes a tBonzle want to get in touch e m me on patcliffart@talktalk.net

From John Clifford

(Hoping to find out who was Clifford have found out that King the surveyor named it)

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