Ugbrooke Country Estate
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... to embrace its outstanding scenery for The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Not content with creating a film industry for his country, SPJ recently escorted Will and Kate around the museum, which is his hobby, displaying famous aircraft and key moments in aviation history during World War One. I was fascinated, especially by The Red Baron and his Flying Circus. Sadly, my best attempts to enthuse Lyndsey proved futile so we headed onwards to something we could both feel excited about: The North ...
... we both liked with a view to keeping it until Sat when it's our wedding anniversary. Look closely and the picture you will see the grapes on the vine behind Heulwen. We travelled a long way today - @ further 260 kms from Blenheim, which took around 4 hrs. We had a couple of stops one the way mainly to look at the scenery, which was unbelievably spectacular. We seemed to ...
... been on their own as we get some unusual questions like, how do you work the washing machine? Or the stove, or have you seen my other shoe? Yes, we have become parents to thirty something kids that have to be constantly reminded to do the dishes and clean up after themselves. Most of them are working during the day but at night its a good thing there is two of us and we can share the work load and the questions.
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... got me a job helping put the shearers names up on each stand so I helped to do that after lunch. Hef got ready for the final. He had a poor shear, the sheep weren't great which put his marks up, and he came 4th overall. But he was happy to make the final. We watched the rest of the show. The open heats and final were good. David Buick had an awesome shear and won the open. It was a good show, but we were tired by the end of the day so we headed back to Donna's. ...
... and payed it forward. As we were putting our food into the van an older man walked up to talk to us. He told us he left his wallet at a coffee shop in Chaviot, just south of Kaikoura. He was looking for twenty bucks for fuel to get back there. We didn't have bills but gave him a handful of change, said it was maybe ten dollars. As we were sitting in the van, me eating ice cream, out of nowhere he popped up to the window and told us our ...