Trip to Dunedin Part 2—Climbing Mount Cargill

While we were in Dunedin (pronounced Doo-NEE-din, in case you wondered), we stayed with a family who live on Pine Hill, on the road to the Mount Cargill Lookout. Saturday afternoon they took us up to the top, and we hiked around for an hour or two. It was quite a strenuous walk for those of us who are terribly out of shape, but the scenery was worth it. The boys took the opportunity to practice rock climbing. This is Mr. Inventor.


We went to a rock outcropping that overlooks the city of Dunedin and the Otago Peninsula. I hustled Mr. Inventor away from the edge with his little sister. It went straight down a long way there.


Mr. Imagination


Mr. Diligence


Everyone posed for a picture on top of the rock.


Looking north along the coast. It was an incredibly clear day, and we were all thankful for very little wind—they said that was quite unusual.


That rocky point in the middle is where we took the picture of everyone.


Climbing up the rocks.


Entrance to the Otago Harbour


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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