Thursday, 25 February 2021

Over the hills and far away...


On Tuesday B invited me to go with him to work as the jobs he had were about 90 minutes away. His job means that he fixes peoples phone lines and internet problems so we drove out through Kaikohe, Taheke, Opononi and Omapere to end up in Waimamaku. This is a lookout spot we stopped at in Pakanae that allowed us to see over some of the Hokianga coastline.

 Linking up with Skywatch Friday.

21 comments:

  1. How wonderful to be able to travel with him. Wish we could get away too.
    Beautiful photo

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  2. ...I hope that you enjoyed your low UV day!

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  3. Good to get a chance to go..and to give company too

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  4. Ahh, I'm envious. It's been too long since I wandered around the Hokianga!

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  5. Must be quite a view on a good day, it's not bad as it is

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  6. That’s a nice perk of B’s job, getting to see that scenery! And I’m sure the long round trip went much faster for him with you along! (I suppose the distance would be way too far for him to come fix my internet problems, even if you came along? )))

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  7. a beautiful spot, and a wonderful picture

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  8. Wow, gorgeous photo and location. Sounds like B has an interesting and challenging job!

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  9. The water is a beautiful turquoise color.

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  10. traveling together and seeing that view is a blessing

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  11. Agreed. Gorgeous view. You are blessed to live in such a beautiful area. Be safe while travelling.

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  12. That's a spectacular view Amy 💙

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  13. Great photo of an awesome place ~ glad you could travel together ~ ^_^ ~ Happy Weekend to you,

    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  14. this view was well worth the trip :)

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