The would have most likely come from the Salt Mine at Useless loop, there is a closed town there.
How awesome Tad, I found this wreck last week. Nothings changed... :)
Australian Aborigines eat the roasted seeds, or make cakes by grinding the seeds and then baking them. However, the seeds contain trypsin inhibitors. Because trypsin is an essential enzyme which breaks down proteins during digestion, these seeds may not be an ideal source of nourishment.
Swainsona formosa was adopted as the South Australian floral emblem in 1961, and is an iconic flower in Australia. Its flowers are used for decoration by Australian Aborigines, and it appears in both traditional and more modern artwork. It is often photographed and has featured in prose and verse, and appears in some Aboriginal legends.
I know that place ¡¡ good¡¡
This is the OÇonnell river. It starts in the Clark Ranges near Yalboroo and ends at the Laguna Quays Resort.
Simple and beautiful
hey you could b e proud of you bolshevick heritage but not in thjis plase "swolotch""
Yes, You are absolutely right it is ridiculous!!
Great find....very interesting.