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Te Awa the Great New Zealand River Ride
The Cambridge to Lake Karapiro portion of Te Awa – the Great New Zealand River Ride (Ngaruawahia to Horahora).
There are 1600 plus vehicles in the WRCH2010 Park & Ride Blue P1 Lamb Street car park at the Cambridge Polo
McLarnon Road, Pukekura, Cambridge, New Zealand
Waipa District Mayor Alan Livingston and Perry Foundation Chair Simon Perry cut the ribbon to open the Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway portion
Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway – karakia (prayer).
The colours of Waipa District celebrate this morning’s opening of the Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway on the edge of Leamington, New Zealand. The cycleway walkway project has been completed in eight weeks in time for the 2010 World Rowing Championships on Lake Karapiro – at the other end of the cycleway.
Meet at the corner of Carlyle St and Maungatautari Road. Fun starts at 11am.
The Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway our portion of the Te Awa The Great New Zealand River Ride passes in, the west, from the Cambridge greenbelt on the edge of Leamington through Pukekura, along Maungatautari Road
Cambridge New Zealand – Pukekura – looking north east.
At Pukekura today Saturday the 6th of March 2010. I think this is the 6th annual Hillcrest School get together
Me in my Uncle Ted’s MG c.1954 Pukekura, Cambridge New Zealand.
From Emanuels – Lake Karapiro Lodge at Piarere, above State Highway One – Tirau Road and the Waikato river/Lake Karapiro looking south west beyond Lake Karapiro to the foothills of Maungatautari at Pukekura, south of Cambridge and Leamington. This morning lodge owners Ann and Eddie Rompelberg hosted the monthly Cambridge Chamber of Commerce Network over Coffee at their beautiful home and luxury lodge.
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