Last day in Gisborne

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November 20th 2012
Published: November 20th 2012
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Captain Cooks Cove
Another fine day.

Drove north as far asTolago bay.

Hiked up up up to Captain Cook's Cove. an hour each way.

We were tripping over sheep and lambs the whole way.

Gloria says I have taken a 1000 sheep pictures. I don't think

it's that many!!!

It has been a nice time here in Gisborne (pop 30,000) but tomorrow

we head south to Napier for one night and then on to the big lake Taupo.

We will stop on the way as there are some natural hot springs in Morere.

Napier is only about 2-3 hours.

Some pictures from today (4)

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They take the lambs away (tear)

20th November 2012

Keep the...
sheep pictures coming. They are incredible. (LOL). I liked the goodbye tree. Sounds like you folks are staying in shape. Thanks for the update.
20th November 2012
Penned up

penned sheep
Do the mommas cry for their babies?
21st November 2012

We made it here yesterday just fine. Great weather, very warm for this time of year! Got everything unloaded and put away pretty good. Tomorrow the last pod comes, so still some to do. We are tired but enjoying it all. The house they leased is very nice. Did I tell you about prayer for Jason Rhodes for colon cancer? Deb and James are good friends with him and were told today he is in his last days on strong meds for pain and hospice there. So sudden and sad as so young. Pray for his wife and 16 yr old son. P.S. I love the sheep pictures and also the one of the two of you on this email! Sharon

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