after the storm
a brave face…
from the front view it’s hard to believe the devastation at the back, but this old house is standing firm.
On to Temuka – and the weather progressively becoming colder and wetter as we travelled. So many ‘no vacancy’ signs, but we finally found a room in a little motel at our destination. The traffic noise all night was horrendous, and this is where the rain caught up with us in earnest, so torrential that the roof of our unit leaked and we had to move. But good to be able to spend some time with my sister.
Not good weather for photos, but there were some lovely old buildings in the town – notice the opportunistic tree on the facing. (Fearless Fred would have enjoyed those big puddles)
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