Title: Long Pad Home: A Story In the Carnarvon ...
Publication Date: 2002
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
203 pp., illustrations. small tears to top of dust jacket near spine. A week in the wilderness with a bunch fo edgey adolescents is not an experience that most blokes would continually back up for. But Lloyd Hnacock, based on his cattle property, Saddlers Springs, in Queensland's Central Highlands, has been doing just that for the last nine year.s As founder of the Youth Enterprise Trust which assists disadvantaged young people, he has written a story of how the Trust was formed, some highlights from his experience with those young people and some thoughts on the Bush and the work of YET. Bookseller Inventory # B004HDY9Q2AUS120315
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