Category Archives: True Stories
Discovered these on the SH1 coast. Maybe local biologist Sam can un-reverse engineer them…… Advertisements
…….that there are no virgins in Nelson? I just saw 4 at the airport. Behind a a hurricane fence chastity belt, that is….
A day’s harvest from the pony poo-powered organic raised beds. True story. Supermarket, callow youth at check-out picks up one of these and asks “What’s this?” “Aubergine” Flicks through his price list and says…. “All I’ve got under “O” is … Continue reading
Appleby Farms says that they make “Cow to cone” ice cream. True that. The milk in their ice cream comes from two family owned Nelson farms. It heads straight from the milking shed to their own creamery 15 minutes down … Continue reading
Back in the day (1860-ish) when Mapua was called “Seaton Township”, the port area was known as the Western Entrance (to the Waimea Inlet). The Eastern Entrance (or Blind Channel) doesn’t lend itself to maritime navigability one bit – you … Continue reading
When you’re out in the provinces on the Proverbial Road Trip (Manawatu, FEIlding’s the most beautiful town in NZ, despite having produced some dodgy characters…), folks recognise an out-of-towner in a flash. We’re good in Nelson – only 40,000 people, … Continue reading