BushHunter wrote:[quote="Scribe"]Thank you for your kind comments 'BushHunter'
I guess from the lack of participation (except for Brads) I am the only one on this forum that has a real love for these old huts, tent camps and campsites.
I am a little biased I know but the Ruahines are a wonderful Range of Mountains. From high altitude rocky crags to rolling alpine tussock and on down through the sub alpine beech country to the lowland podocarp forest, it is all fascinating and beautiful. There is something for everyone in the Ruahines and I am bound closely to them for the rest of my natural.
I'd say there would be a lot of people that have enjoyed this thread and haven't even joined this pub as yet Scribe. Myself, I am more of a reader rather than writer. Time and money are my biggest enemy for now & there's a lot of back country I'd like to explore before I pass on. There's an old hut or 2 that are still standing down south that take my interest (family). One day ...............[/quote]
Like all forums Bushunter it needs audience participation to make it work n people must get sick of me putting up random shit. I'm no wordsmith but if we want this forum to happen we need a few more people having a blab n telling us there stories good bad n embarrassing ..sorry thread jack but there it is
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