ribuck wrote:I think this sign is from the Six Foot Track, but they are all over the place wherever the NSW Department of Lands touched the bush around 1980.
The male silhouette I understand, but what's with the female silhouette? The bit at the top that points right - is that a beak, or is it some weird kind of rain bonnet that stretches back enough to cover her backpack (if she was wearing one). Or does she just have a head like a mis-shapen acorn? And what's with the female's arms and legs? The male looks as if he's striding forwards purposefully, but the female looks as if she's twirling around, about to head off in the opposite direction.
The weather was calm, and the air was dry as a bone. It was obvious that it wasn't going to rain. And the weather stayed like that all day.
ribuck wrote:........This slope is grazed by sheep, which cause much more erosion than children sliding down the grass on their piece of cardboard.
neilmny wrote:Careful it is UNZed, thou shalt not speak ill of the ovine!
puredingo wrote:Damn, now I feel like a beer....and a Devon sandwich.
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