Living at Mount Algidus

Living at Mount Algidus

Gail Turner / Mar 28, 2020

Living at Mount Algidus Living at Mount Algidus is a compelling story of life at Mount Algidus New Zealand s best known high country station Told through the eyes of city dweller Gail Turner it is the tale of her son Ben

  • Title: Living at Mount Algidus
  • Author: Gail Turner
  • ISBN: 9781877393044
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
  • Living at Mount Algidus is a compelling story of life at Mount Algidus, New Zealand s best known high country station Told through the eyes of city dweller Gail Turner, it is the tale of her son, Ben, and his wife Anna s five years spent living in this spectacular setting A beautifully told story of a life dictated by river crossings, surrounded by stunning scenery and rLiving at Mount Algidus is a compelling story of life at Mount Algidus, New Zealand s best known high country station Told through the eyes of city dweller Gail Turner, it is the tale of her son, Ben, and his wife Anna s five years spent living in this spectacular setting A beautifully told story of a life dictated by river crossings, surrounded by stunning scenery and ruled by remoteness, Living at Mount Algidus is a mustread for those touched by Mona Anderson s recollections of life in the high country Filled with amusing anecdotes, historical references and detailed reference to the wildlife in the area, this is the story of a city boy and a country girl who together embark on a journey that will influence their lives forever.

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    1. Two and a half really.Quite an interesting outsiders view of life at Mount Algidus Station - a remote Canterbury station isolated by the Wilberforce River, and frequent difficult weather. Written by his mother - a city person from Christchurch, this book tells the story of around 8 years of the life of Ben and Anna - he lead up to, and their life on the station is interesting, and fairly simply written, but to my mind it focused quite heavily on the marriage, with less about the farming / rural [...]


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