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Armed with a photo of the 24 men who made their way to the South Island, Fred Olde Olthof is hoping to reconnect with the families of New Zealand’s first Dutch migrants.
Fred Olde Olthof, 92, was 22 when he arrived in Southland, having taken a four-day trek from Auckland to Christchurch, before travelling to Dunedin and on to Invercargill, by train.
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It’s a time for fine-tuning your skills and pushing the boundaries, catching up with your mates and heading off on new adventures at the drop of a hat! No, we’re not talking about your 20s, we’re talking about your retirement.
Ross’ retirement saw the beginning of his musical journey where his passion quickly evolved from making music, to crafting guitars. It all started when Ross and some mates joined a music group where the camaraderie and togetherness were just as important as the music.
Living in a Ryman village, Ross can continue living life to the full in his retirement because they are places where you don’t retire from life, you find a new way to live .
They had a vision for their property, but they also had three floods in 20 years. That didn't stop them pursuing the garden of their dreams though.