In the name of science
I saw the hat first as it materialised from out of the pit beside me, closely followed by the familiar profile of Scotty Hocknull. He was obviously in a hurry but it wasn’t his haste that made me drop the bucket of the front-end loader I was driving, it was his face; the unmistakable mix of triumph, excitement and relief said it all and the raised thumb confirmed it. “Jewel’s found a bone!”
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The Overshot site, we called it! Named after the paddock on our Winton grazing property, it in turn was named for the beautifully pitched stone overshot in a meandering creek on the paddock’s eastern side, the legacy of tradesmen long forgotten.
AAOD Journal Issue 2 (2004) – pages 32 to 41
By David Elliott
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