Hello everyone, today is a selfie of Dad and I at Rivendell, in Lord of the Rings Country – or as we call it New Zealand! Can you see me peeping up from my carrier? It was a fun trip, and I was wide awake the whole time.
Rivendell, also known to Ring fans as Imladris, means meaning “deep valley of the cleft”, and there are places where you feel surrounded by high hills, and deep river beds. in Kaitoke Regional Park.
- Kaitoke Regional Park covers 2860 hectares in the foothills of the Tararua Ranges, which are a short range of spectacular hills that divide the Kapiti coast from the Wairarapa farming and wine making areas. Steep, bush-clad hills, and the Hutt River gorge make this a special place, and the centuries-old rata, rimu and beech forest are features in this gorgeous natural setting. You can camp here too!
Tomorrow is a Middle Earth Monday feature day, with a mini movie video of my trip to Rivendell, plus more details of what Rivendell was like.
In the meantime, please join us and our friends the Kitties Blue, who host the Sunday Selfie. They host the code, and the blog badge, and will give you a warm welcome to one of the nicest blog hops on the interwebs.
See you on Middle Earth Monday,
Rivendell, in Lord of the Rings Country