Down-time together

Granddad and granddaughter rest between farm tours at Waipura Station

Granddad and granddaughter rest between farm tours at Waipura Station

Picture by Jo Foster

Waipura Station at Hexton hosted 55 visitors off the cruise ship Silver Whisper last week in another of their ongoing farm tour and demonstration packages for our cruise visitors.

Graham Maclaurin and his grand-daughter Felicity Maclaurin-Foster (6 weeks old) were pictured taking a well-earned break between shearing demonstrations in the station woolshed.

Keep those “country classics” coming folks.

Email photographs to murray.robertson@gisborneherald.co.nz

Waipura Station at Hexton hosted 55 visitors off the cruise ship Silver Whisper last week in another of their ongoing farm tour and demonstration packages for our cruise visitors.

Graham Maclaurin and his grand-daughter Felicity Maclaurin-Foster (6 weeks old) were pictured taking a well-earned break between shearing demonstrations in the station woolshed.

Keep those “country classics” coming folks.

Email photographs to murray.robertson@gisborneherald.co.nz

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