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Beyond the Bale : December 2017
WAITING FOR A RIDE Lisa Davis of ‘Bimbadeen’ in Coonawarra, South Australia, sent in this photo which she took while heading out to check the stock after her husband recently went to the Royal Adelaide Show. Unfortunately he forgot to tell their pet lambs that they weren't invited, and here they are lined up and ready on the loading ramp just waiting for their transport. BED IN THE SHED David Quirk of Jemalong Wool Pty Ltd at Forbes in NSW sent in this photo of one of his clients’ kids, asleep after helping out in the shed. The young lad, Braith, is the son of Chris and Alisha Morrison of ‘Tarlemara’ at Forbes. AFTER A HARD DAY’S WORK Lisa McMahon of Anakie, north of Geelong in Victoria, sent in this photo of her daughter Emily’s dog, Will, after a hard day’s work. TIANA AT KARMALA Jan Lowing of Karmala Merino and Working Kelpie studs at Nobby on the Darling Downs of Queensland sent in this photo of her grand-daughter Tiana helping at shearing time. RELAXING IN THE RIVERINA Jane Carter of ‘Billigaboo West’ at Narrandera, NSW, sent in this photo of their beautiful Billigaboo Corriedale ewes being a perfect audience as Jane shows them her third novel Prodigal Daughter, set on a sheep station in NSW, that was released in September by Harlequin Books. HIGH FLYING WOOL & YOU MAY NOW KISS 12-year-old Kathryn Box from Carboor in Victoria is a keen photographer and took this photo (left) when they were last shearing. Kathryn loves the way the wool fans out over the table – and as this was a particularly high throw, she has called this photo ‘High Flying Wool’. Kathryn also sent in the above photo, which she calls 'You May Now Kiss' as it reminds her of a wedding. 67 READERS' PHOTOS