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We have had some rain, grey clouds, a little blue sky, and the fires are both going right now. Comfort in the cheery red blaze in the firebox, warmth,and some photos from Hugh’s week away in Pureora Forest Park, staying with Bruce in his bus.
A foggy morning, frost on the ground, no doubt the fire was going to keep them cosy while having breakfast.
The campsite taken from the top of the hill.I understand that it was called “ bush-bashing” as they made their way through thick scrub, gorse and blackberry to the vantage point.On their quads, naturally, way too hard for “foot-slogging”.
Bruce, the intrepid, fearless man, you are guaranteed lots of fun when you go out with him on the forest tracks. They rode together, one following the other, thrills and some spills, I have not seen the video or heard the language yet, but understand it will need severe editing!! Lots of bruises, but no broken bones!!I’m glad I stayed home.
The top of the hill does not look very high, but it is a real hard climb through scrub and bush, not a real track at all. Well done, Bruce and Hugh, I am sure the trail you forged will be well used by many others, thankful for your hard work.
Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ The only job where you start at the top is when you dig a hole”
Greetings from Jean