Pinedale Lodge & Apartment
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... Stream. We followed the stream up again, sometimes along the boulders, sometimes going up and over to avoid a swim. These seemed like straight up and down hanging onto tree roots as ladders. Eventually we crossed the stream (bridge provided) and continued our way up the other side. Some people we met said we had two humps to go over then we could see the hut. These turned out to be very large humps with a lovely waterfall between them that the track ...
... only had to find our way through one smaller creek. The rest of the way, they had a marked path, with little bridges over the other streams. We made our way up the mountain (which was pretty steep) and reached the summit about 45 minutes after leaving the van. The views from the top were spectacular. There were good pictures to be taken from every angle. There was an amazing view of the river basin where you can see the beginning between 2 mountains in the ...
... as half way up the mountain we had to stop to put snow chains on the tyres. I looked at the floor for most of the journey, ignoring the snowy road and shear drop on either side until we arrived in the car park. It was pretty foggy still but we hoped for the best and got out on to the chair lift. The weather wasn't half as bad as when we went before and it cleared up nicely within the hour. We ...
... antiseptic mouthwash like it's a bottle of Diet Coke. I'm hoping that tomorrow or the next day will have nicer conditions up the mountain so that we can have a few fun days of skiing. Nonetheless we have been really fortunate to ski at all in New Zealand and the weather has generally always been really nice since we've been here. I suppose you've got to learn to take the good with the bad. I think that as long as you can look back and laugh then it was all worth ...
... as well as relating to where he grew up (guess where?). I think that I like the concept of Erewhon. To me, it's an ever changing landscape that can be found in a multitude of places around the world. All that's needed is natural beauty and relatively few people. Erewhon is an anagram for nowhere.