The Three Horseshoes
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This entry was starting to look really boring and all about buying sofas and finding the dog food shop so I decided to make things a tad more interesting for my readers -- and myself--and try writing my very first bush poem (thanks Rob Hughes!).
Please feel free to exercise your imaginations and add a verse or two, and/or improve on my scansion and rhyme.
In the Balmoral bit I was going to write 'cockies squawking' but this might step too ...
... all the life that is being lived in this world we inhabit through a DVD or phone app. I am again reminded of that lovely description by David Abrams, in his book “Becoming Animal” about this difference:
“If you are watching a nature-based program on television – observing a female lion, perhaps, as she lolls with her cubs under the shade of an acacia tree – and you happen to stand up and walk across the room, notice your movement ...
... high level cloud clears to beautiful warm day
Excursion to Milford Sound and boat trip, then walking tour of woodland and waterfall walk pm. Great day. So so meal at Moose Bar and Grill.
Monday 14th April Te Anau to Queenstown 171 km
Overcast start, clearing to sunny pm. Nice hotel and great view. Hotel meal that evening not great. Explored town and returned to hotel via headland.
Tuesday 15th April ...
... This was a glorious walk in fabulous winter weather and even the tower blocks of Luton looked pretty attractive. 14 miles in all and whilst we probably only reached about 1/20th as high as Kili, we did have 4 different climbs in total up Galley Hill, Warden Hill, Telegraph Hill and Derry Hill - not a bad test really.
Anyway, the title of this entry is 'Nothing like a nice relaxing weekend!' or, as I said earlier, 30 miles ...
... meant hanging around and waiting. I wanted to get the boat to the bank on the left but the wind was blowing a gale and just pushed me to the right against the far bank. That was ok until it was time to pull out into the wind to turn to line up for the lock and there was no way I could shift it. Bryan had to come and push the boat out at the front while I put it in gear and eased our way crab like to the lock. ...