My Outback Life: Adventures in the Gulf Country review ó 3

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My Outback Life: Adventures in the Gulf Country review ó 3 ß ❮KINDLE❯ ❆ My Outback Life: Adventures in the Gulf Country ❃ Author danpashley.co.uk – Danpashley.co.uk Having grown up on the massive Killarney cattle station near Katherine NT Toni Tapp Coutts was well prepared when her husbaMcArthur River and the constant stream of visitors She made firm friends created the Heartbreak Bush Ball and started riding campdraft in rodeos all over the Territory becoming one of the NT's top riders In the midst of this busy My Epublife she raised three children and saw them through challenges she dealt with snakes in her washing bas. Very interesting and great true life story

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Ket she kept in touch with her large sprawling Tapp family and she fell deeply in love with the Gulf Country Filled with the warmth and humour readers will remember from A SUNBURNT CHILDHOOD this next chapter in Toni's life is both an adventure and a heartwarming memoir and will introduce readers to a part of Australia few have experience. Toni Tapp Coutts moved to Victoria with husband Shaun at the beginning of their marriage but they knew before too long that they missed the vast outback spaces of the Northern Territory so when Shaun was offered a job back at Victoria River Downs Station not too far from Killarney Station where Toni had grown up they decided to take it on But after some years the offer of a position on McArthur River Station in the Gulf Country six hundred kilometres away and near the ueensland border meant they were moving once againToni had two small children Ben and Megan by that time and Shaun was often away mustering for weeks at a time But Toni was never lonely as there were always people around She made a lot of friends and some of her tasks on the station were cook nurse housekeeper and even counsellor to the vast number of people who moved through the areaToni loved the Gulf Country and was to have one child Shannon while there The love and enjoyment of the vast countryside was filled with balls camp drafting running the cattle station riding in rodeos as well as the large number of ‘not so nice’ wildlife they encounteredMy Outback Life is the seuel to A Sunburnt Childhood and continues to capture Toni’s interesting and varied life Filled with adventures humour and a love for the countryside that the majority of us have never seen and never will My Outback Life is hugely interesting and well worth reading A heartwarming and delightful memoir which I have no hesitation in recommending

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My Outback Life Adventures in the Gulf CountryHaving grown up on the Outback Life MOBI #9734 massive Killarney cattle station near Katherine NT Toni Tapp Coutts was well prepared when her husband Shaun took a job at McArthur River Station in the Gulf Country kilometres away near the ueensland border Toni became cook counsellor housekeeper and nurse to the host of people who lived on. I had to just review this book now I am only up to chapter four and just loving it A beautiful piece of Australian life in the Gulf Country I went straight to the photos in the back to connect with the people and checked out Google Maps for the location Love the comments about always wearing red lip stick One day I would love to visit the Gulf Country Great read