Broken hill

by Talitha
(Sydney, AUS)


I went to Broken Hill for my holiday.

Broken Hill is a silver mining city.

My Mum and Dad let me and my brothers have ten dollars each to spend on something we liked at Broken Hill. Two of my brothers bought boomerangs and my other brother bought a Cowboy hat with his money and my mum and dad's money.

I bought a bracelet for twenty four dollars. My Mum and Dad paid for it as a birthday present for me.

The silver came from Broken Hill.

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Broken Hill
by: HomeGrownKids

Hi,
I'm an Aussie homeschooling mum to 4 children. broken Hill is my home town- I was born and raised there.

Last year, we went back for a family holiday (albeith a brief visit) and I wrote about it on my blog. Maybe you'd care to take a look?

http://kerugma.net/family-holiday-2008-1083.htm

I enjoyed your writings,

regards,
Susan

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