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Base Camp (Wind-sock in the scrub, Kangaroo Island)
Australia

The shed is the base camp for holidays in the scrub near De Mole River at the Western end of Kangaroo Island.

The wind-sock is a location beacon in the middle of the scrub and the owner is known to the locals as the windsock man.

The shed sits high on a laterite ridge only a few kilometres from the highest point of the Island.

Wild Kangaroos are quite comfortable laying close by and are very tame and curious.

Copyright: Rob woollacott
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Uploaded: 30/10/2011
Updated: 11/04/2012
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Tags: shed; windsock; scrub; de mole; gosse; kangaroo island; south australia
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