On Monday we spent an interesting and educational day at the junction of the Shoalhaven and Mongarlow Rivers near Braidwood. The coastal saltwater Aboriginal tribes last met here according to their oral history 200 years ago. The local group decided as part of rediscovering their history to meet again at this significant site. We were invited to attend and learnt so much about artifacts and the difference between a stone axe and a rock, local bush tucker, family stories and the tracks that the tribes took to come together. Hard to comprehend that the grooves in the river rocks could have been made 20,000 years ago by humans sharpening their axes and spear points chatting away and exchanging stories, as we were.