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We headed back into Lake Tekapo after watching sunrise and breakfast. First stop was the spring pools. We paid a few dollars extra and had access to the sauna, steam room and plunge pool. Which was VERY VERY Cold especially after being in the sauna or steam room. We wiled away a few hours in the ...
... is my birth year and Chris is common name. 6. My good buddy CMac's birth year and thus nickname. 7. More of a rant for 'MyInnerMonoblog' BUT while I'm on the topic of '77', the Avalanche retiring Ray Bourque's 77 is one of the most obnoxious things in the history of teams retiring numbers. Bourque played for Colorado for about 4 months. I know he won his only cup with the Avs but you don't retire a guys number who played 4 months for the franchise unless he lost an eye blocking ...
... the mist to rise, revealing the summit of first Mount Sefton, and then after an hour walking, Mount Cook was revealed in its glory. The day quickly turned in to a scorching sun drenched day. Raincoats were removed and the pullovers tied around the waist. A considerable amount of time and money had been spent on upgrading the path with boardwalks and new swing bridges. The journey was worth the effort, due the beauty of Mount Cook and its other peaks. We followed after lunch with ...
... even saw litter. We waited to book the suggested restaurant and managed to get the window seat overlooking the lake before driving up to the Observatory and Lookout over the Lake. Awesome views well worth the drive up and coffee sat in these magnificent surroundings was much enjoyed. Rod enjoyed wooing the sparrows to eat from his hand with some success but photographing them much more tricky. We were held up on the drive down by about twenty minutes whilst they ...
Wednesday morning we woke up and like clockwork proceeded to pack up and tear down the tent just in time to head over to the campervan for breakfast burritos. We have been putting up and taking down our tent for so long, we have it down to a science. Candidly, we actually only realized how to fit everything back into the tent bag a few days ago. Who knew the tent poles could fit back into the bag they came in?!?!
Today was the day my ...