Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Travelling through Young in NSW.

This little town we travelled through on our recent holiday.  Young is known for it's Cherries, it's hilly, green in the winter and springtime as it's in the hills.
We have stayed in Young a couple of times over the past several years, this time we didn't stay, we just drove through of course stopping to take these photos.


Young Memorial Tower in the town. 


St. Joseph's School. It's called St. Mary's Primary School.


The Church next door, This is St. Mary's Church.

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  1. Thank you for sharing these photos. The War Memorial, School and Church are lovely. Wishing you a good day.

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  2. It looks a nice little community and I suspect it must be very pretty at blossom time with all of its cherry trees.

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    1. I expect the fields would be full of blossom Rosemary and very pretty. Haven't seen at Young but have seen in reality when I was much younger.

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  3. I'm guessing the cherries are those big fat ones, not the pie cherries.

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    1. Yes Linda, big round cherries that we love to eat without going in a pie.

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  4. I always wanted to taste a cherry straight off the tree

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    1. Oh Adam, you haven't!! or my. I have many times picked the cherry and ate it. One of my late Uncles had a small cherry farm.

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  5. "St. Joseph's School. It's called St. Mary's Primary School." I am not confused at all.

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    1. Ha! Who is confused! Weird is the name of the school. One name on the building and it's called another. I had trouble finding which name was what. Expect there is history in the name change but can't find the answer.

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