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We of the Never-Never

Jeannie Gunn

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. . .But preparations for a week's journey take time, outbush, owing to that necessity of beginning at the beginning of things. Fresh horses were mustered, a mob of bullocks rounded up for a killer, swags and pack-bags packed; and just as all was in readiness for the start, the Quiet Stockman came in, bringing a small mob of colts with him.

"I'm leaving," he announced in the Quarters; then, feeling some explanation was necessary, added, "I WAS thinking of it before this happened." Strictly speaking, this may be true, although he omitted to say that he had abandoned the idea for some little time.

No one was surprised, and no one thought of asking what had happened, for Jack had always steered clear of women, as he termed it. Not that he feared or disliked them, but because he considered that they had nothing in common with men. "They're such terrors for asking questions," he said once, when pressed for an opinion, adding as an afterthought, "They nev. . . Read More

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The memoirs of Jeannie Gunn whilst living in the bush.
This book has the language of the times, but opened up new experiences for me. If the language will bother you, don't read it.

To get the most out of this book, you really have to take yourself out of the modern world and put yourself in the shoes of Mrs Aeneas Gunn (Jeannie Gunn)as a young bride at the beginning of the 20th Century in Outback Australia. See the world through her eyes and you will see the wonder of the 'bus

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