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STRINE BE THE GLORY

Is there any more rugged way of life than mustering and droving? That’s rounding up livestock and moving it long distances, for those Pommy readers (not to mention the sooks in Sydney and Melbourne) who haven’t been introduced to it by that sappy Hugh Jackman movie named after my native

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