After the war, David Crosby worked as a jackaroo
on a farm in the New South Wales outback, having married wife Erica at Sydney's St Andrew's Cathedral.
He then became a jackaroo
on his father's property, and upon his father's death in 1890, he received a comfortable inheritance.
He was last seen on Tuesday evening at Upshot Station, 80 miles southwest of Longreach in north Queensland, where he was working as a jackaroo
The days included sport; discussion about the human skeletal and gastro-intestinal systems, using Fragile Fred (the friendly plastic skeleton) and Legless Larry (the plastic mannequin) respectively; hospital role play; songs and dances about the human body; a puppet show about a jackaroo
who is thrown from his horse and finds himself in hospital; a teeth talk; anatomical songs; and time set aside for every student to listen to their own heart with a stethoscope.
There was a competitive meeting on the sand at Dundalk on Sunday, and one horse who took the eye was STEPHEN'S GREEN in the premier handicap behind Jackaroo
But others - like being able to ride a horse "to jackaroo
standard" will have teenagers scurrying back into their bargain drinking dens.
THE GREAT OUTDOORS: The Leconfield Jackaroo
and Jillaroo School in Australia.
At age 18 he worked as a jackaroo
on a 300,000 acre sheep farm in Hay, Australia for 11 months, and endeared himself to the Australian outback lads, which in a way was an apprenticeship for the active caring life with his lads in the army.
She stops, seeing my bemused expression and explains: "It's like the female version of a Jackaroo
Neil Morrissey voices the star man, with support from Suzi Quatro and Donny Osmond as Rio Rodgers and Jackaroo
A young jackaroo
will earn about $19,000 a year, with no sign that salary levels are rising.
When the family reunites at the jackaroo
camp, Kay, her boyfriend Louis, and her father and mother briefly experience a sense of peace, hope and emotional connection, believing that they can all begin again.