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As the crow flies is a well-know expression meaning the shortest distance between two points and it's also an Australian poem written by Stella P. Bell
A poem about a crusty outback dogger called Old Jack - doggers were blokes that hunted dingoes and collected a bounty for every scalp.
The Abandoned Shearing Shed is a sight you see quite often now in the outback of Australia and our Mother Stella P. Bell wrote a wonderful poem about it.
Some wonderful Australian bush poetry written by Stella P. Bell when she lived in the outback of Australia
There have been a number of poems written about Cobb and Co over the years probably because they were such an important part of life in outback Australia before the automobile came along; this is one by our Mother Stella P. Bell.
Cattle droving was a big part of outback life for many years but the road trains eventually took over - Our Mother Stella P. Bell wrote this great poem about the drovers.
The Min Min Light is stuff of legend in outback Australia; the light was apparently first seen about 100 years ago around Boulia in central Queensland.
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