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theonlywayforward
08 Jan 18 02:48
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What a kip as bad as mooney valley.
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Report theonlywayforward January 8, 2018 2:50 AM GMT
And yes you can take it that I lost .
Report theonlywayforward January 8, 2018 2:52 AM GMT
70 the price of the winner and will probably never win again .

No more bets there for sure.

Kip.
Report Joel January 8, 2018 5:46 AM GMT
There's nice caves at Naracoorte I am told, you should visit one day.
Report theonlywayforward January 8, 2018 7:57 AM GMT
racoorte, South Australia: Travel guide and things to do

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Stretching back to the arrival of humans: Naracoorte Mammal Fossil Sites, South Australia.
Stretching back to the arrival of humans: Naracoorte Mammal Fossil Sites, South Australia.

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Naracoorte is a large (population in excess of 5,000) country town some 330 km south-east of Adelaide and 63 metres above sea level. Like so many Australian towns the correct spelling (it is derived from an Aboriginal word) has ranged from Gnanga-kurt to Nanna-coorta, Narcoot, Nancoota, Narricourt, Narcoota, Narracoorte and Naracoorte. There is a similar problem with the meaning of the word. Some sources insist it means 'place of running water' but equally reliable sources claim it means 'large waterhole' and even referred to a specific waterhole in the area.

Read more: http://www.traveller.com.au/naracoorte-south-australia-travel-guide-and-things-to-do-130v3l#ixzz53ZsTUOzq
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Try the racetrack .
Its a round kip .
Report theonlywayforward January 8, 2018 8:07 AM GMT
The area was settled in 1842 by the pioneer squatter George Ormerod. Two years later in 1845 William MacIntosh, a prosperous Scot who owned most of the land around the site of the present township, decided to establish a township. He named the town Kincraig after his birthplace in Scotland and duly built a hotel and a store hoping to attract settlers to the t
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