Orere Point and still no live possum
Searched high and low last night - No possums
Farewell to Orere Point - Great for kids
The beach at Orere
Ponui & Waiheke Islands to the north
Orere Point campsite was on this hill
Howick Historical Village
Opened in 1980 by a group of historians
A fencibles tent - Chris felt quite at home
Sgt Michael Fords cottage
Inside Sgt Fords cottage
The Howick Arms in 1848 was open 6am to 10pm
Bread oven at the rear of the General Store
Inside the pub
The general store, next door, sold everything
Beer & Skittles - nothing changes
The Maori mail runners cottage
The range in Sgt Barry's cottage
Sgt William Hawkesworth Barry moved in in 1848
Ararimu Valley School was rebuilt here in 1980
The school was originally constructed in 1872
1852 saw the Howick Methodist Church added
Inside the church which is still used today
Mrs Cecil Frances Alexander wrote popular hymns
Howick Church is a popular wedding venue
Reconstructed Settler's "Sod" Cottage
The "Bodger" would make anything & everything here
John Bycrofts 1855 Flour Mill was rebuilt here too
The wheel still goes round - not this fast though!
Slo-mo water wheel
Artefacts inside the old mill
Pakuranga School was originally built in 1880
The village carpenters workshop
A small "whare" and "pataka"
Outside the Smithy
Inside Wagstaffs blacksmiths shop
The forge, anvil and selection of irons & tongs
Col de Quincys cottage with Puhi Nui behind
Howick Court House and a Fencibles Cottage
The Eckford farm homestead dates from 1850
Puhi Nui's owners farmed 2,846 acres in 1861
The elegant dining room laid for eight
A drawing room complete with sea chest
Auckland skyline from the Kepa Road
Motoring south down Albert Street, Auckland
A rain glimpsed Sky Tower from Wyndham St
Aucklands Sky Tower in the rain
The base of the tower in Victoria St
Auckland form the Harbour Bridge ramp
Auckland Harbour Bridge approach
Arrival at Whangateau holiday park
The truck before we start cleaning out
Here's to a job well done
Whangateau harbour looks better when the tide's in
Day 37 Orere Point to Whangateau
Chris & Graham - Oceania 2009
Author: Chris & Graham - Oceania 2009 (ID: 2341)
Posted: 2009-03-14 03:47 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 133.75 km
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Orere Point and still no live possum
Searched high and low last night - No possums
Farewell to Orere Point - Great for kids
The beach at Orere
Ponui & Waiheke Islands to the north
Orere Point campsite was on this hill
Howick Historical Village
Opened in 1980 by a group of historians
A fencibles tent - Chris felt quite at home
Sgt Michael Fords cottage
Inside Sgt Fords cottage
The Howick Arms in 1848 was open 6am to 10pm
Bread oven at the rear of the General Store
Inside the pub
The general store, next door, sold everything
Beer & Skittles - nothing changes
The Maori mail runners cottage
The range in Sgt Barry's cottage
Sgt William Hawkesworth Barry moved in in 1848
Ararimu Valley School was rebuilt here in 1980
The school was originally constructed in 1872
1852 saw the Howick Methodist Church added
Inside the church which is still used today
Mrs Cecil Frances Alexander wrote popular hymns
Howick Church is a popular wedding venue
Reconstructed Settler's "Sod" Cottage
The "Bodger" would make anything & everything here
John Bycrofts 1855 Flour Mill was rebuilt here too
The wheel still goes round - not this fast though!
Slo-mo water wheel
Artefacts inside the old mill
Pakuranga School was originally built in 1880
The village carpenters workshop
A small "whare" and "pataka"
Outside the Smithy
Inside Wagstaffs blacksmiths shop
The forge, anvil and selection of irons & tongs
Col de Quincys cottage with Puhi Nui behind
Howick Court House and a Fencibles Cottage
The Eckford farm homestead dates from 1850
Puhi Nui's owners farmed 2,846 acres in 1861
The elegant dining room laid for eight
A drawing room complete with sea chest
Auckland skyline from the Kepa Road
Motoring south down Albert Street, Auckland
A rain glimpsed Sky Tower from Wyndham St
Aucklands Sky Tower in the rain
The base of the tower in Victoria St
Auckland form the Harbour Bridge ramp
Auckland Harbour Bridge approach
Arrival at Whangateau holiday park
The truck before we start cleaning out
Here's to a job well done
Whangateau harbour looks better when the tide's in
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