More of the New House

If you’re interested, here are more pictures from our new house.

"Rabbit Hill"--this is what we see when we look out the north living room window.

“Rabbit Hill”–this is what we see when we look out the north living room window.

Panoramic view from the top of "Rabbit Hill". Our house is down at the extreme left of the picture.

Panoramic view from the top of “Rabbit Hill”. Our house is down at the extreme left of the picture.

That's me, in the van, coming with lunch for those who went earlier.

That’s me, in the van, coming with lunch for those who went earlier.

Looking from the top of the hill, past our house, to the hills beyond.

Looking from the top of the hill, past our house, to the hills beyond.

The progress in the kitchen so far.

The progress in the kitchen so far.

I'm working up a bed along the front of the house to plant tomatoes and basil in.

I’m working up a bed along the front of the house to plant tomatoes and basil in.

A row of old chicken houses.

A row of old chicken houses.

The house, our van, and the container. The container will be moving; the permanent site is not ready yet.

The house, our van, and the container. The container will be moving; the permanent site is not ready yet.

We can see the train from our new house! This passenger train goes from Christchurch to Picton and back every day.

We can see the train from our new house! This passenger train goes from Christchurch to Picton and back every day.

The story goes that he was pretending to be asleep!

The story goes that he was pretending to be asleep!

The owner came while we were there yesterday, to start taking out the trees in the paddock we'll use for a garden. I liked seeing the boys all lined up on the water tank to watch!

The owner came while we were there yesterday, to start taking out the trees in the paddock we’ll use for a garden. I liked seeing the boys all lined up on the water tank to watch!

He pushed the trees over, then pulled them out and around to a burn pile.

He pushed the trees over, then pulled them out and around to a burn pile.

The trees are all down in the garden now!

The trees are all down in the garden now!

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About NZ Filbruns

A home-school family living in New Zealand, with a desire to share what Christ has done for us.
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