Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Away

We're back from a very relaxing long weekend. There was bad weather on the way, so it seems most people decided to stay home. Nobody here, and not a sign of weather... We stayed at Glinks Gully, a tiny settlement on the west coast near Dargaville. A place where time stopped sometime in the 60s.
A beach abundant with rams-horn shells.


Where old tyres are still useful.

And the Lost Buoys have found a new home.

3 comments:

R.W. Scissors said...

I want to live there!

Jo in NZ said...

I am putting this on my list of places to visit. That buoy tree must be a sight to behold!

Ruby in the Dust said...

yes, it's pretty special around there, in a west coast kind of way...