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  • Judy Lavin
    My mad grandchildren with their even madder parents!

    Judy Lavin, 31. October, 2014 |

  • joey
    Would love to know what make it is I've a young boy here who is desperate for one for Christmas and I've had the same problem s with some

    joey, 28. October, 2014 |

  • Daf Davies
    Lovely, Jay, especially the pic of the girls and the hollow tree.

    Daf Davies, 24. October, 2014 |

  • Daf Davies
    Wow, impressive, Fiona. Is pumpkin seed oil plentiful too? We love that stuff.

    Daf Davies, 24. October, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    What a cool tree! Love that the girlies aren't fazed by spiders and bugs, great exploring :)

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 23. October, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    It's all a learning experience! The heavy packs have somehow changed into heavy kids :)

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 23. October, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    I think I'll have to do a little dusting off too - eek!

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 23. October, 2014 |

  • Ruth Lively-Masters
    These are amazing pictures, what a cool place to camp! Will pick your brains next year as too some good wild camping places :)

    Ruth Lively-Masters, 23. October, 2014 |

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Home Little Trekkers Ambassadors Ambassador Blog Mountain High Mount Te Aroha....The Mountain of Love....!!

Mount Te Aroha....The Mountain of Love....!!

Written by Joanne Watterson on Wednesday, 01 February 2012. Posted in Mountain High, Worldwide

Mount Te Aroha....The Mountain of Love....!!

Whilst on a camping trip over the christmas holidays, we stayed in a place called Te Aroha....maori for love.

The fantastic Teva shoes that Mathilda has started wearing for hiking must definitely be assisting in the creation of a love of mountains!! :o)

mountain wildlife

She has made no complaints of rubbing or anything both worn with or without socks... my only slight complaint is they are not that easy to open up wide enough for her to totally manage to get them on by herself.

trekking up the mountain

The mountain walk was uphill all the way passing firstly the only soda spring geyser in the world (or so they say) and then through bush for an hour or so to a viewing platform before more bush and then a very steep section where tree roots began to resemble rope ladders...and were used as such.. the view from the top...magnificent

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