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The man who loved crocodiles and stories of other adventurous Australians

by Marg Carroll

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The difficult things of the world must once have been easy;
The great things must once have been small...
A thousand-mile journey begins with one step.
Lao-Tse, Chinese philosopher
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For my beloved family: husband Bill Carroll, sons Robbie and Dunc and daughter Beck, son-in-law Scott Byrne and daughter-in-law Thi-Thi Lam.

The Generations that went before are my role models and those following - Angus and Eliza Byrne, Wil and soon-to-be born baby Carroll - are the catalyst for storytelling.
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Real stories can touch our humanity and move us to understand ourselves, as well as the person we are reading about. The adventurers here provide a mosaic of Australia over the past century, a priceless legacy.

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