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- Free parking
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... 800+ photos of sheep on my phone... (I'm convinced I should have a pet lamb, hence the reason I will be cutting lamb cuisine out of my diet). 5. I have found myself saying "sweet as!" just as much as people use "tiiiight" and "lording" in Breckenridge... (S/O to all you lords back home). 6. Ever since smart phones and GPS, I've always used those silly devices to navigate. Everywhere. Even if I know where I'm going. I love knowing ...
... interesting thing about the mountains is that is gets frosty in the night, but quite warm in the day. This resulted in our car being covered in ice. So I guess we did the same routine you probably do in Estonia right now in the morning – we scraped the windscreen with our bank card :D
And then we headed to Invercargill. The name seems familiar? It is because you have probably ...
... this was a rough patch. No one likes to go camping when it is rainy and wet. It wasn't raining solid or anything but just a little each day to keep everything muddy and damp.
It started to spit when we hit Balclutha, the sort of gateway to the Catlins. A light drizzle coated the windshield as we left town. We drove out to Nugget Point to have a look, (the picture in the info center looked real nice). It was even though it was cloudy and a cold wind off ...
... motorcycle and walked over to it and had a look at it. the man I was talking to before came in the room and told me about the bike. he said it had being at the hardware store for some time, I asked if it still runs and Bob said it does but it needs a few things done to the motor. Bob said he knew Burt, he used to talk to him whenever he saw him he said. Bob told me where I could find the site where Burt`s ...
... data to see which method is most advantageous. All tail samples had been collected and frozen. We helped Shona and Hayden from the livestock team weigh and measure the defrosted tails with the fur on, they were then skinned (which made them look like rats tails or parsnips!) and then weighed and measured again. This data will help the team determine whether the meat yield is affected by the docking of the tail.
We joined the packaging guys for a meal ...