• A derelict milk station transformed into a beloved Otaki venue

    2 monthes ago - By NZ Life & Leisure

    From dairy lab technician to milk station owner by way of antique expert, Lyndia Wood's life and times has taken many turns Words: Lee-Anne Duncan Photos: Tessa Chrisp The gravel driveway leading to Lyndia Wood's Te Horo beach house could be a topographic map of her life. It loops past exotics and natives and up over hillocks that hide the house until her happy place is finally revealed, crisply white against the Kapiti seascape. The three-bedroom retreat is as distinct as its owner. Lyndia and her late husband Peter bought the seafront land more than 30 years ago. They stayed in a caravan...
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