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... and raspberry picking, painting, cutting up plums and apples for stewing, mulching, sewing up the bird nets, I mean some of these might not sound great but compared to jobs they COULD have asked me to do I felt pretty fortunate. I guess my favorite was probably picking blueberries, although I really didn't mind weeding last week in Te Anau just because the spot was so darn beautiful. Tough call. Oh and one day up in Whitianga when we went fishing instead of woofing!! ...
... take back in the morning. Then we went for a drive to Kelvin Peninsula (what we could see from our last stay). Some beautiful homes with some magic views and we drove around having a sticky beak! Parked near the lake edge and wandered around the pebbly shore, past the slipway where they bring the old steamer, Earnslaw' up for maintenance; past the little log cabin yacht club; tried out the old rope swing and nearly ended up in the water as it was a bit high for us ...
... in both how they raise the animals as well as the breeds they raise. Before arriving at our hotel we stopped at the Amisfield winery for lunch. The Ortega area we are in is known for its Pino Noir, really good wine. The location and restaurant were comparable to any top end winery restaurant found in Ontario or California. Tuesday in Queenstown was our real adventure day. Started with an hour drive ...
... guide book says "hotel", but we find that it a lovely cafe as well and it is open. Yay!! Cardrona is a historic gold mining area and only a couple of the original buildings remain. The hotel is so full of character and even has a glass insert in the floor showing where one of the old mine shafts is located. The log fire is burning nicely and the young lady that takes our order is full of information about our journey over the Crown Range ...
... quicker - a very nice Grant Burge (or two). Think we may well eat in tonight as the food service is guaranteed to be brilliant and wine service super quick. It will also give Barry night off from driving and we can enjoy the view of the lake and the mountains which now have sprinkling of snow on top! Brrrr... The bad news is that today looking like another poor day for weather but the good news is that it's looking good for our Milford sound trip ...