Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Minlaton singers and emu chicks

Our singers did their second concert in eight days in the tidy little town of Minlaton, named in the 1840s for its aboriginal sweetwater wells which are still in evidence. In fact I took a stroll to them on the well maintained walking trail which passes through the only stand of River Redgums on the Yorke Peninsula, which gave Gum Flat its name. I also took a picture of these three little emu chicks. All toddler emus are striped, but later lose the stripes. The little guy on the right

looks like he is checking if his socks are pulled up.

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