Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Towards the free-fire zone

Blogger isn't letting me post even a single hyperlink today, so I'm going to paste up some images taken several weeks ago during an expedition to the south head of the Kaipara Harbour, where the privately-owned Woodhill Pine Forest, a large and rather empty public park, a weapons testing range, and a very muddy lagoon all seem to overlap.

A friendly Department of Conservation ranger eventually sold us some oil and got us back on the road. DOC obviously didn't show the same kindness to the poor bloke who got stuck in the lagoon and ended up having to donate his car to the air force for target practice. ;)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

y do u assume it woz a bloke who got stuck?

3:21 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey dude its Leone here from Te Kakano
I dont know if a) I'm allowed to refer to you by your real name and b) if you heard the news about Rose, but she passed away in the last couple of days
i just forwarded what i think is your email, the message left in my email from Christina

hope things are going well for you where ever you are!


p.s. now that Beth's put me onto your blog ive been reading them regularly, i especially liked your open letter

3:34 pm  
Blogger maps said...

I'm really sorry to hear abour Rose, Leone - I've e mailed you.

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