Clayridge House and Cottages
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... look around the shops and back to the house where the others have already returned. Sky now clearing and more sun ,but no plans to go out again so a restful late PM. Quick spot of sunbathing on the terrace and it gets quite hot ...so back inside! Later , a drive down to the local chippy ....Fish and chips all round ...very nice Death in Paradise from Graeme's memory stick ... How many more episodes ...
Just an anecdote, we arrived in this massive car park for the museum and we were the only ones there. Everything seemed closed although the website said open daily between 10 and 3 pm. We wandered around and saw someone putting petrol into an old tractor and asked if the Museum was open. "I'll get the wife" he said. Out popped this little old lady and said it will be ...
We left the lovely bay view house in the morning as it was the end if our side trip to Nelson. A rather dull & drizzly day so we explored Nelson centre (shoe shops for Helen & Nia) and Galleries for Chris. During lunch at a cafe we were fascinated to see people come to the milk dispensing machine at the back door of the cafe. They brought their own bottle, put their money or precharged key in the slot for a ...
... got the idea that I try some slightly-out-of-focus photos. I played with that for a bit. Through the telephoto with the polarizer my attention focused on these red plants - I was so fascinated that I didn't notice that the shutter speed was really slow for handholding the lens. When I got back to the bach and uploaded the photos in my laptop, the photos just popped out at me ...
... trickle in and this guy in his 50’s walks up to us and tells us he’s part of a Packard Car Club that is traveling around this northern section of the South Island. What I didn’t know is that Packards are the Americian equivalent of the British Rolls Royce. The cars that are here today were built anywhere from 1926 to 1947 and range up to $500,000 with one valued around $1 ...