Tararua Tramping Club Guest Book
We would like to hear from you, please leave your comments below. Thankyou, TTC
Karen Kirkham and Julie Affleck, still current TTC members send greetings from Honiara in the Solomon Islands and invite TTC members to start planning a kayaking/tramping in the tropics. julieandkaren [snail] solomon [period] com [period] sb
Hi, my wife and I are coming over to Wellington to see our eldest daughter next year. Looking for a couple of day or two day treks within reasonable driving distance - 50 miles?. Into hillwalking and scrambling but not really rock-climbing. We stay on Arran off the West coast of Scotland, and would be happy to show anyone around the hills we have here (best in Scotland)if you are ever over this way. Will check out your club itinerary nearer the time and hopefully manage along for a "tramp"
- great, please contact us if you see anything you like
Hi. My name is Stephen Matthews -> mailto:stephenmatthews [snail] xtra [period] co [period] nz. I'm doing some research on a TTC member of days gone by, Norman Arthur Dowling, who died while climbing Mt Evans at New Year 1937/8. In 1939 a painting of Mt Evans was presented to the club in his memory, to be hung in the clubrooms. If anyone knows anything about Norman I'd be grateful to hear more.
Hi, The University of Waikato is seeking people to answer a 10 minute internet survey on exotic forests and their role for conserving native wildlife. There is a chance to win 1 of 5 $100 vouchers, and we would like some people from the Tararua Tramping Club and from elsewhere to be part of this survey wave. The main body of the survey consists of nine choice sets. I hope you will find the survey interesting and educational, and we are keen to get your views. The link for the survey is below: http://forest-wildlife-survey.co.nz/?ref=drop Thanks, Matthew Gibbons