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Grampians: Gariwerd (Australian Travel Book 6)

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100+ Nature Photographs. Travel guide from first hand experience.

Share the journey with fiction and non-fiction author Ryn Shell and Reg, and their dog, as they show and tell of their favorite places to visit and hike in the Gariwerd/Grampians region of Australia.

From the personal travel experience of Ryn Shell, author of the best selling Dreaming Billabong series.

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Kindle Edition, 161 pages
Published September 30th 2014 by RK Shell
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Delinda McCann
Jan 19, 2016 Delinda McCann rated it it was amazing
This is an interesting and inspiring read told with humor.
This short read is a series of descriptions of walks in the Grampian Mountains of Australia. The narrative is accompanied by amazing photographs.

The authors’ style is light, informative and engaging as they tell about their adventures on the hikes listed in the book. They discuss basic safety such as carrying water and snacks.

If you like reading about nature and hiking this is a delightful book. Certainly, if you have the opportunity to
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