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Pietmond South, Cont. December 11, 2010

Filed under: Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 11:37 am

Baker Bloch walking west along Long Way, heading to Pietmond South.

Crossroads at Long Way and now extended Peter’s Way. Left on Peter’s Way takes one into Pietmond South.

Baker looking up at Pietmond South’s Tall Narrow House, perched on rocks above a waterfall and water tower. TNH has since been deleted, replaced by a castle. Or, better, the house was *moved* downtown instead of being deleted, becoming the structure for the new Norum gallery there (see above posts).

Fleep’s cottage, always a nice addition to a landscape.

Walking toward the quite thickly treed Piney Wood.

Shed at the heart of Piney Wood, with Woody Pine Pond in front.

Mouseview of same.

Overhead shot of Piney Wood, with Pietmond downtown to northeast.

Rooftop bar, looking toward Piney Wood and TNH.

Baker inside the rapidly developing Something To CHRO About, which will display about 14 photos from the vast Edna Million collection. More on that soon.

And then right across the road from the CHRO entrance is now situated the Norum gallery, formerly Pietmond South’s Tall Narrow House. At the time of this snapshot, I had the idea that it might be a town hall instead.

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3 Responses to “Pietmond South, Cont.”

  1. […] that becomes the newest version of a Pietmond South. 1st version described a bit here and also here, in case you’re curious (you know you […]

  2. […] Bill… hold on, let me get some pictures of the two pools we’re referring to here. Now, Woody Pine Pond doesn’t look too big, Hucka D., especially for a swimming […]


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