On our way home from Canberra, we left the town of Young and headed for Dubbo. Our new GPS called "Kate" took us across country in the most direct route instead of around on the faster highway. I was pleased with Kate because that is what I wanted to do, to meander through the countryside where I had never been before. I'm not too sure about TOH* who was a bit dubious about this adventure because the roads were a bit rough and narrow.
I wanted to get up close to it so when it was possible which wasn't very often we pulled over for a few up close pics. We were in a farmer's driveway.
It is not so stunning up close and I was amazed how much green there is on the plants yet from afar ..
its all yellow.
Across the road another delightful country scene.
Then it was back in the car for another few hundred kilometres.
We saw many tumbledown barns but once again it was hard to find a spot on the narrow roads to stop for a pic.
We zoomed past many grain silos too another icon of the country in western NSW. After about 4 hours we were in Dubbo.
TOH* The Other Half