Ann & Colin Millar

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Ann & Colin

Hello, we are Ann and Colin. This is our website where you will be able to keep up to date with what we are doing. The bulk of the moblog to date is of our visit to New Zealand to work there for a year 2006/7. More recent ly you can see a glimps of our return journey via the Trans Mongolian/Siberian railway and some pictures of our new house and garden,
You can visit our Grandson's site from here Moblog!
HERE!

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You can also see how our Son and daughter inlaw are getting on with their new house in France! HERE!

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Just a taste of Eden garden about 20mins walk from the Friends Centre.Ann and Colin Millar
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Auckland Friends Centre
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View of Eden garden entrance. About 20mins walk from the Friends centre.Ann and Colin Millar
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Ann helping at Eden Garden.
Ann and Colin try to go there each TuesdayAnn and Colin Millar
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Auckland Friends Centre
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Ann in Recorder Group at Howick Historic Village.Ann and Colin Millar
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Start of the Overlander train journey from Auckland to Wellington.
Britomart Station AucklandAnn and Colin Millar
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The Overlander engine.Ann and Colin Millar
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Auckland Friends Centre
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Dairy landscape viewed from the OverlanderAnn and Colin Millar
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Auckland Friends Centre
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View from the obsevation coach in the gorge region.
Exciting wooden trestle bridges.Ann and Colin Millar
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Auckland Friends Centre
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