The man himself - Clive - a Kiwi for 7 years now
Well somebody has to go to work
Clive's a retiring sort of chap but not quite yet!
Ellie turns her back on Chris & Val
There are 13 sheep altogether
Sheep should be seen & not herded
Darling little baa-lambs !
The girls are looking a little sheepish today
The Ranch from Lainneys paddock
The three horses are in a stable relationship
The beach at Waihi
Waihi beach at the top of the Bay of Plenty
The falls at Waikino
The same falls from a different angle
Legging it for the station
Due to leave in two minutes
0-4-0 loco on the preserved Goldfields Railway
The train departs from Waikino for Waihi
The children love the open truck
The now deserted station - nice tea rooms here
The train crosses the road about 4km down the line
The return journey is 1¼ hours
Trucks at the end of the line - Waihi
Waihi station about 6kms down the track
Chris is a little tyred, the CAT's centre stage
The Old Git in his best gear !
Martha Gold Mine at Waihi - it's deep.
Blasting in ½ hour - we didn't hang around !
Info about the preserved dump truck
A timber winding stage at the end of town
Our first "feesh & chups" eaten here - Whangamata
Parked up at Hahei campsite
Te Pare point from Hahei Beach
Muhurangi Island is just offshore from Hahei
Cook Bluff & Cathedral Cove in the distance
Day 35 Omanawa to Hahei
Chris & Graham - Oceania 2009
Author: Chris & Graham - Oceania 2009 (ID: 2341)
Posted: 2009-03-14 03:42 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 164.60 km
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The man himself - Clive - a Kiwi for 7 years now
Well somebody has to go to work
Clive's a retiring sort of chap but not quite yet!
Ellie turns her back on Chris & Val
There are 13 sheep altogether
Sheep should be seen & not herded
Darling little baa-lambs !
The girls are looking a little sheepish today
The Ranch from Lainneys paddock
The three horses are in a stable relationship
The beach at Waihi
Waihi beach at the top of the Bay of Plenty
The falls at Waikino
The same falls from a different angle
Legging it for the station
Due to leave in two minutes
0-4-0 loco on the preserved Goldfields Railway
The train departs from Waikino for Waihi
The children love the open truck
The now deserted station - nice tea rooms here
The train crosses the road about 4km down the line
The return journey is 1¼ hours
Trucks at the end of the line - Waihi
Waihi station about 6kms down the track
Chris is a little tyred, the CAT's centre stage
The Old Git in his best gear !
Martha Gold Mine at Waihi - it's deep.
Blasting in ½ hour - we didn't hang around !
Info about the preserved dump truck
A timber winding stage at the end of town
Our first "feesh & chups" eaten here - Whangamata
Parked up at Hahei campsite
Te Pare point from Hahei Beach
Muhurangi Island is just offshore from Hahei
Cook Bluff & Cathedral Cove in the distance
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