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York, WA 2 months 1 week ago #186049

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Hey Senior, have you had a meal at the Greenhills Inn? I believe it’s a very popular pub nowadays. It used to be called the Sedgemore Inn way, way back. Greenhills was a thriving, but small community and I have great memories from there and York from those days.
2x25= Seinor and Michael = 1xBrian Peake

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York, WA 2 months 1 week ago #186058

Love York have a property on the outskirts of town and will retire their one day I’m hoping..
Love myself a Latte....

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York, WA 2 months 1 week ago #186075

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58shark wrote: Hey Senior, have you had a meal at the Greenhills Inn? I believe it’s a very popular pub nowadays. It used to be called the Sedgemore Inn way, way back. Greenhills was a thriving, but small community and I have great memories from there and York from those days.


58 have been out there a few times for lunches, great place, beautiful old pub full of antique furniture, food is excellent and that front bar with all the money notes stuck to the ceiling, is something different.

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York, WA 2 months 1 week ago #186076

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Devonleigh wrote: SS, good to see you won lotto and were able to move there. Got very pricey at one time.

The southern Avon used to be my stomping ground in another life and had a relationship with Beverley work wise.

Every couple of years we do the triangle from Perth to see how things are going and reminisce. Great Eastern to the Lakes, stop at York for lunch (no latte or kale, thanks) then on to Beverly to the old Research Station, take the back roads to the Brookton highway and check one of the dams on the way back.

Had a few mates in the day play for York and got themselves a G/F. Very proud footy club but like all wheatbelt towns suffering from a lack of depth.

May Huey send you early and plentiful rains this season.


Nah, no lotto unfortunately, had a nice property in Bayswater we sold, but got hammered when selling in the big downturn, managed to get a nice 3/2 double brick place on 1/4 acre (small block up here) just 16 years old with a view to Mount Bakewell for $300k, we back onto the local pony club property up high on the west side of town so lots of space around us.

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York, WA 2 months 1 week ago #186077

You went for the tree change SS and we went for a sea change. Sold our place in Attadale last September and bought a new build in North Coogee....enjoying close proximity to the ocean immensely.

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Nice one BC, we went for the kids and grand kids change and never looked back. but i do envy your proximity to the sea breeze. If you get a hot day down there you get the breeze keeping the temp to mid high thirties, up here it keeps going up to mid 40's, max temp is quite often at 5 or 6pm, thank heavens for ducted AC!!

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York, WA 2 months 1 week ago #186091

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You'll really love summer there when gen x/y get daylight saving up and running.
Flies, over 40 degrees and sunlight at 9pm.

Was a blight when I was in the bush and and still hated it when it was forced down our throats a few years back and we live near the coast!!

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York, WA 2 months 1 week ago #186095

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58shark wrote: Hey Senior, have you had a meal at the Greenhills Inn? I believe it’s a very popular pub nowadays. It used to be called the Sedgemore Inn way, way back. Greenhills was a thriving, but small community and I have great memories from there and York from those days.


58 have been out there a few times for lunches, great place, beautiful old pub full of antique furniture, food is excellent and that front bar with all the money notes stuck to the ceiling, is something different.


I’ve never had a beer in the pub. Spent plenty of time sitting in the car waiting for the old man though!! I can remember that summers were always stinking hot, but we loved it. That was in the days before DLS, climate change and A/C’s.
I’d love to check out the boarding house too. That is the old Post Office/telephone exchange that we used to operate.
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