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Poolburn Dam

Poolburn Dam was bult in the Great Depression. It supplies irrigation water to farmers further down the Ida Valley. Spent three days here, getting up early to catch the sunrise. It is reasonably high, near the top of the Rough … Continue reading

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The trip up Lake Ohau to the Hopkins and the Dobson Rivers

Picked a perfect day for the trip up the western side of Lake Ohau near Twizel. All the shots you see in the first third of the video were taken at about 3:30 in the afternoon and the surface of … Continue reading

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Seen in a public toilet in NZ

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Up the eastern side of Lake Pukaki

When I left Lake Tekapo I turned left after about 5 Kms and took the Braemar Road to Lake Pukaki. This is a rarely traveled gravel road that comes out halfway up Lake Pukaki. There is a further 20 or … Continue reading

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