Rainbow/ Molesworth Stations

January 21, 2021

Rainbow/ Molesworth Stations

Riding the bike through the Rainbow/Molesworth Stations recently I came to the Coldwater Creek campsite where I met a lady with two horses and not much else on a journey from the top of the South Island to the bottom. Her solo path is an inspiring one, exploring our beautiful country at a much slower pace, and therefore absorbing the landscape and human interactions much more thoroughly. Here is a link to her story: https://www.facebook.com/Kate-Rain-and-Inca-100328598592240/



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