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... been killed. We inserted temperature data loggers into the first and last carcass entered into the chiller. The information can be downloaded onto a computer and a graph shows the drop in the temperature of the air and the carcass over the 24 hours or so that the carcasses are in the chiller. There are guidelines which state how long it should take for the temperature to drop. Working with beef is a little more ...
... had to crawl around in a few spots and suck it up to squeeze through others. There was also a large pool to go around and a couple of large puddles to cross. There were two ladders, one really narrow, near the end. Just after the ladders we heard the two guys coming behind us so that was a relief. It was a fun adventure and free! That is if you don’t count the extra set of waterproof headlamps we bought.
We headed the wrong way when we got out. You want to ...
... Scottish heritage (most early settlers were Scottish) and the city has retained a really Scottish vibe, particuarly the weather! Sunday I drove up to visit Sonja at her crib in Oamaru and we had a lovely time collecting paua shells on the beach before heading to the township of Moreaki to see amazing little yellow eyed penguins! They were super cute and it was amazing being able to get so close to them in their natural habitat. Phew. Another week has ...
... most toes (six of them were deliberately broken and straightened) I will hereby apply to Guinness for my now unique record breaking status! The next day I wanted to go to The Bluff where the aluminium smelter was situated and thus see where the underground-generated electricity journey had ended (an estimated hundred mile journey). The day was so hot and as I arrived near the car park a pod of dolphins headed past me - there must have 30-40 of ...
Tuesday 24 DecemberOn our way to the Wilson's for Christmas in Winston. We spot the turning for the farm but decide to pop into Winston first for Col to have his Christmas haircut (23 dollars).
It is lovely to see Louise and Wally and they make us so welcome in their home. We have coffee and lunch then head off into town for some last minute shopping. We then pop round to their son Matt's house then round to her mum's. The countryside is lovely. We return home ...