Balmoral Lodge Motel
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... up the road. When we arrived it was really windy, so setting up the tent was a two-person job. There was a pretty decent camp kitchen there though so once the tent was up we hung out in there out of the wind and had a nice dinner.
We put Lotte to bed and followed not too much later. This traveling business is tiring...
Distance traveled today: 393 km
Total distance traveled: 4689 ...
... Yellow-eyed penguins, however it was still raining at this point and we were too early in the day to see any penguins.
McLeans falls were our last stop today and proved totally worth the detour, after a relatively short walk through the bush we found ourselves looking up at this really cool waterfall, giving us chance to scramble up the rocks for a better look and some cool photos that show the scale a bit ...
... so fast to catch up it looked like they were walking on water.
On the way back we stopped for lunch at the Devil Burger. They had a Tuesday special. You could get any one of their colossal burgers for ten bucks. Jenn went with the beefy Devil's Staircase, while I had the Bottomless Pit. Both burgers had too many things on it to list. Clouds were moving in and while we stopped at the grocery store, we ...
... 8217; tails. The project will look at the effects that docking the tails at different lengths has on the productivity and welfare of the lambs, as well as the economic implications to the farmer. If the tails are docked shorter, this is thought to reduce dag accumulation and fly-strike risk which will be advantageous to both the welfare of the lamb and the farmer’s pocket. The 3 year project involves leaving lambs’ tails at different lengths and ...
... he said “but I still like and Americans. I don’t want to speak Russian or Chinese.”
We made it to Mores Reserve to do the 1 hr loop trail there just after 4:00. We took the spur trail to the hilltop lookout with views of Riverton, the beach and some closer islands but it was too hazy to see Stewart Island. We continued on the loop which took us down to the beach below. About halfway down we came to a fence with a ladder over it. The marking ...