Parklands Motor Lodge Timaru
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... fields were pretty tightly packed with wooly sheep ready to be sheared.
The sky was blue. And with no breeze there was a stillness and quietness. The countryside changed constantly: distant mountains, moors, plains, dry grassland, scrub, plantations of pine, copses of trees, wide dry river beds, long single track bridges, mountainsides coming down to the road, reflections in calm blue water, the ...
... we are in an individual A-Frame Chalet this is quite comfortable.
We will be here for two days so tomorrow we will be doing some hiking.
Also, we are limited to only 5 pictures for each blog and we could not narrow down the ones we took to less than 10 this time so here are the first 5 and a second blog will cover the rest.
Warren and Nancy
... not all original (we don't know) is in the old style.
The Scottish receptionist at our Dunedin motel (who came from Forres) recommended a stop at Riverstone which describes itself as a gift/hardware store. Every square inch of several big corrugated iron sheds was filled with giftware and Xmas items, household hardware, cake decorating items etc.etc. For those of you who know the Spotty Bag shop in Banff it was like that multiplied by 10?. Close by it is a ...
... the ice had been 70metres thick in 1990. We didn’t hang around in the town as it was a bit soul less, based around the hotel. This hotel had the only café, eatery and shop in the town.
Heading back to the coast we stopped at the end of the massive glacial lake, coming from Mt Cook and its glaciers, to admire the view and popped into the Salmon shop, strategically located in the car park. Peter looked at the smoked Salmon and decided to buy a small piece. I ...
... in herds over here), great farming country. Mountain tops started to appear through gaps in the clouds superb conditions for photography. The final 40 kms took forever to complete, because we kept stopping to snap, because obviously, the views couldn't get any better....but they did. It was still quite fresh, so we stopped on route and spent out on the promised extra layer for each of us, in a sale.
The cloud retreated to a thin wispy layer, modestly ...