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T89: Trymalium odoratissimum

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    We've been out cutting karri hazle (or djop born, in Nyungar) this morning, for the second day in a row. We're building a hurdle, and it's proving to be trickier than the books about UK hurdle-making would have us believe. It's got 'hazle' in the name, but it's not really like the stuff that they have over there that you can twist and bend in a tight radius around the end posts. It is working pretty well though, and we'll have something finished today I think.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurdle