Tymboo

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001 — Pamela Moriarty (nee Gittins)

Memories of Tymboo

My memories and love of ‘Tymboo’ date from when I was very young. An older cousin, Margaret Mossom, told me that I was only a few weeks old (Jan 1939) when Mum and Dad (Nyria and Les) brought me to ‘Tymboo’ to meet Grandma and Grandpa (Norman and Hannah).
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002 — Mark Bayly

Tymboo

150 years of one family's stewardship

Over the years, I’ve romanticised the idea of Tymboo in my mind, located as a place of rich imagination as much as in the geography of the Upper Logan.  This response to place has been based on a mixture of vivid childhood memories and more recent research.
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