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Castle Hill Basin is located in the Canterbury high country at an altitude of 700m approximately 90km northwest of Christchurch. It is characterised by its distinctive limestone rock formations. Sept 2020

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MarinaNephele

Looks a bit dangerous and somewhat dirty to try it. Glad you didn't do it with your new knee, Jillian.

JillianB

Deanna lovely to see you and I am so glad you enjoyed seeing my photos, thank you.

Deanna

Jill, I haven't been here and I haven't seen most of your beautiful photos of the stunning New Zealand landscape. I looked at them now, thank you for a wonderful experience ♥:))

JillianB

That would have been nice to have your company Val ☺️ It’s a bit of a nuisance having to be sensible sometimes lol Hugs ❤️

valt46

Jill I would have stayed back with you and enjoyed the scenery thank you☺♥

JillianB

Janet I figured slipping down would net be too bad but getting up! Well that another story lol. Hugs

JillianB

I know Jaklien time does seem to zoom by!

jan42ful

No, wise not to push on Jill, hugs to you. ♥

Jaklien

Jill, I wouldn't do it to your brand-new knee either.
I would have done the same in the past, but not anymore.
Where is the time when I skied down an icy mountain without a single problem? More than thirty years ago anyway ☺

JillianB

Jaklien I didn’t tackle this part of the track as so slippery and didn’t feel the new knee was quite up to it. The rest of them carried on. There had been snow the previous day which had now melted hence the mud. Thank you

JillianB

Thanks Patti ☺️

Jaklien

The landscape looks rough and very slippery, but oh so beautiful!

PLG1958

Terrific photo!