The 'Ten Yard Hut': the mystery hut in the Walls of Jerusalem

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Dear Simon. Thank you for the gift of your very enjoyable stories. I hope your cancer treatment is not too rugged and, of course, ultimately adds quality to your life. Best wishes from a very old school mate . Jan

I really enjoy these stories so thank you so much and hope you manage the treatment with helpful results .
Have a happy break now .
Looking forward to more news .

Dear Simon,
It has been an absolute joy, to read your many stories. I live in South Gippsland. I walked the overland track ( when still at high school) in 1968. I fell in love with the Tasmanian wilderness and its huts ! Thank you so much.
I will be thinking of you on your health journey.
best wishes,
Bill Thomson

Thank you Simon, for all these fascinating stories. I hope your chemotherapy is successful and wish you all the best for the New Year.

Hi Simon , hope you and your family have a great Christmas and New Year. I wish you all the best with your cancer treatment. Please if your health allows you to continue your great stories of the highland heritage.
Yesterday I tried to find Bradshaw's hut on the Raglan range. I didn't succeed but I now know where to go. I will try again soon and take Nic with me. All the best Shane.

All the best with your treatment and beyond. Thanks for bringing us these wonderful stories through your books and blog

Love your stories Simon, if possible it would be great to have some more. I have wandered the Mersey and the Wall quite a lot and find the stories fascinating.
I can symphathize with you in your illness as I am also having chemo for cancer. I wish you all the best for your treatment, hopefully we both get good results.

John Hobart.

Wish you all the best with your health

Thanks for the stories of the Highlands,great reading.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas.
All the best with your personal battle,hope to hear more stories from you in the years to come.

Thank you for inviting me to this wonderful blog, which I have enjoyed immensely for 2 years. Shocked to hear about your health battles and I will pray that any treatment with be not too uncomfortable and a huge success. From myself and my family, wishing you the Seasons Greetings and look forward to more great reading in the future.

Simon your stories are enlightening and your information and descriptions of events, people and places have been well received and I know subscribers are eager to read each new story published. That said, we want more of these stories next year if your health permits, maybe these wonderful stories and the processes you engage to put pen to paper will halt your cancer and push it at bay!

Simon, I wish you all the very best with your treatment and trust you will provide us, your readers, with many more years of intriguing stories.

Merry Christmas

My Grandfather Albert Cunningham told me he had a hut at wild dog creek as you enter the walls, which is not there now.

Thanks Russell for that information. I see it as supporting Frank Youd's recollections. Always good when that happens.

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