Bilbarin is a tiny wheatbelt siding town, where my mother spent her early years. All that remains is the town hall, but I am continually drawn to Bilbarin and the life and history of my mother and my grandmother.
Perhaps today I am being drawn more to Bilbarin as my father is going to be visiting today when he visits the last resting place of my mother.
Red gum flowers are bursting from their cups and we stop to pick a spray for Miss.
and a couple of images from Bilbarin. A beautiful old gum tree near where my mother once lived, and the old railway siding.
You might enjoy this post from last year when I took you there for a visit - From beach to wheatbelt
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