Australia — Wattle Hills Stud

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Here’s Mom’s recent description of this photo: “It’s morning mist at Wattle Hills, Mudgeeraba, with the horses probably waiting for their hay. The buckskin/dun horse with the dip in his back, near the gate, is Poco, one of my mother’s favorite horses ever; he was probably in his thirties by that time. The tree is a wild fig; it was, and I hope still is, a lovely tree, and always seemed to be at the center of a tiny natural world, with tiny climbing ferns meandering among its exposed roots and small blue flowers, I think they were native violets, scattered among them. I am homesick just thinking about it.” (Fiona Purcell)

(CLICK image above for House Gallery)
Australian GOLD COAST BULLETIN, Tuesday, August 10, 1976

My Grandparents, Archie and Ursula Bury
(Featured Home of the Week)

“THE PEAK WAS FLATTENED AND THE FARMHO– USE BEGAN TO TAKE SHAPE”
— BY ANNE KNIGHT

 

 

 

 

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