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... look at the jumping course. None of the jumps were crosses so my trainer recommended to leave the jumping part out. I thought that was a wise idea because my seat was not very secured and I probably would have fallen of if Elmo is naughty. During the day I watched the others. It was freezing. When Frances came over she said I should guess how much percentage I probably good, I said 60. And she answered 75 %. I was soooooooooooo proud because she said that I ...
... and we headed off in the direction I'd advised! We found the garden cafe and luxuriated in the warmth of the sun under the shade of the palm trees. The sparrows adaptive capacity to retrieve the sugar grains from the open packet provided the entertainment for the afternoon! We had a stroll back along the river and past the University buildings and lake. We wanted to see what the lads in kayaks were playing with a net suspended over the water but they appeared just to be ...
... we will remember Napier- Micky lost his sunglasses! We headed to Hastings which was nothing special(sorry Hastings) We decided to head for Palmerston North so that the journey to Wellington would be halved. We are booked onto the 8.30am ferry Sunday morning to the South Island. We arrived, the journey was dark and wet, the first rain this week. As I write this we are sitting in our van in Palmerston North in the rain with a vodie! Have a good weekend people ...
... Truth be told it was like being in a barnyard. But hey, it's not everyday you get to have a big sleepover like that! I woke up the following morning with the worst sore throat ever and thought I'd never be able to speak again. Alas, my trusty berocca came to hand and I downed that and all was well. After a watery porridge (we ran out of milk) and breaking my zip on my suit case (very annoyed) we got back on the bus to head down to Wellington. Ero Tergum ...
... hike along the cliff tops of "Cape Foulwind"and windy it was!! Came across the Kewa bird which is considered the wood hen, in the parking lot and on the trail. Flightless and curious.
I made Russell stop at a sign that said Jade Gallery and Workshop! It looked quite runned down and possibly not open!. But a gentleman did notice and waved us in. It was a unique and ...