I was a Drover once myself: Amy Laurie of Kununurra
Amy Laurie was about sixty-nine years of age when I recorded her experiences. She lives in a Housing Commission home in Kununurra which serves as a meeting place for her numerous relatives, some of whom spend most of the dry season on the surrounding Kimberley cattle stations. As Amy explains, 'You should see when they all come in together. This yard is going to be full.' Much of her time these days is taken up looking after the youngest of her twenty-one grandchildren. Possessing an...[Show more]
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