West Coast Drive By - Friday, December 27, 2002

We drove west on our continued quest for fishable water along the Buller River. Bad luck prevailed and we decided to take a tourist stop at Buller River Gorge to cross the longest swing bridge in NZ and take a 2 hour hike. Finally, the weather cooperated, and we had an amazing day! We dropped by a seal colony and watched the newborn pups frollicking around on the shoreline. VERY CUTE!

Next day we drove down the west coast highway towards Greymouth and stopped at the Pancake Rocks- the limestone was formed by wind and wave action over millions of years to create these pancake-looking rocks. Pretty cool. Short tourist stop...

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