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September 25, 2013


Sounds like a great way to celebrate a birthday. beth. I use any excuse I can to get back to nature.

My only visit to Canada - British Columbia nearly 20 years ago - gave me an ineradicable sense of a mighty openness unknown in the British Isles for a thousand years or more. Back comes that sense with this account and these pictures. Maybe one day I'll make it back across the water to experience it first hand again.

What a wonderful landscape.I'm another geography and geology lover,so really enjoyed reading this and looking at the photos.

Kia ora Beth,
A belated Hari Huritau to you, and so glad to see the beautiful way you spent your day. I love the mosses and beech trees. Very New Zealand like. Have a great day!

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