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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Dunedin hikoi

I didn't walk, I drove. With that out of the way, I can report that it was a lot of fun. I got tangled up in the capping parade though. Joined Metira Turei and Warwick Stanton for breakfast at the Farmers' Market  and Heather Roy for afternoon tea at Mosgiel. In between those very enjoyable events, my family, all of us, spent the night and day together in a South Dunedin maternity home-come accommodation house, and out and about the city, mostly inside of second-hand shops. We bought a beautiful old Remmington typewriter, and a cluster of other interesting old things, which we'll unwrap tomorrow.
I took photos. Here are a few of them.

Face, St Clair footpath

Neon steer, Mosgiel

Burning bush, East Taieri Church

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