Robyn and I drove from Nelson to Dunedin this week. Three day meetings and three evenings out with my work colleagues. But on the way I took a few shots for the record. The weather was cool and very windy making any venturing outside the car almost impossible.
On the Dunedin side of Kaikora
On the seaward side of the massive slip complex at Kaikora. Shows rock that was recently sea bed (White areas)
This is an industrial development close to the housing area called the lakes.
I was looking for a view of our new warehouse and drove up on to the newer plateau area and was shocked to see this enormous building in fully functional mode. It's the MPAC building. A kiwifruit cool-store and packing facality.
This view is only 2/3rds of the length.
The view of the lower area of the development. Sorry does not do it justice.
But 5 years ago there was nothing here!
Oh and I also got a shock at this street name in the same plateau area.
Seriously the street names in this development are damned difficult.
For example our warehouse is in Whakakake St off of Taurikura Dr!
Our visitors are already confused and we have to keep spelling the address out.
Surely there must have been shorter more memorable names available like Tui Cr or Browns Rd....