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Found it fogg found Limestone Outcrop

Thursday, May 5, 2016Australian Capital Territory, Australia

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They were busy here cutting back the undergrowth and some trees. Just before I reached GZ the work sign was taken away and I could go and take a look at this very old layers of limestone.

Thank you for bringing me here.

Foggs Consortin

Stop! Work ahead!

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