A somewhat hazy photo of Riverton from a lookout above the town.
Various glass fronted display cases had riveting displays of old bottles and other paraphernalia.
I noted the very emancipated advice from a poster in the kitchen.
No doubt the builder had good and probably humourous reasons for naming this local yacht with the direct and expressive name 'Pig Iron'...... but the name is somewhat ironic (excuse the pun), because the yacht is built of sheet steel (either run of the mill steel or the more non - corrosive Corten steel) rather than iron which is something different again.
The local museum proudly told its history of both Maori and Pakeha discovery and settlement.
Southlands topiary is probably the best I have ever seen anywhere in the world and by far the most humourous!