|Last weekend, Mary came too and we needed to stop to cool down at about the 200km mark. Conveniently I found some shade right outside Buckeridge Transport's depot in Dannevirke.|
|Buckeridge's had two of their 2015 model Kenworths parked on the roadside.. A K200 and a T909.|
|Just along from Buckeridge's was this old 1976 LW924 Kenworth.|
|In Buckeridge's yard another K200 fuels up ready to head out.|
|This weekend I rode alone and ventured into the Manawatu and Rangitikei districts.|
On the side of the road in Sanson was this brightly coloured Rover 100 from 1961.
|At Ohakea Air Force Base I stopped to snap the DH Vampire on static display.|
I'm always surprised by how small they are.
|On a side road near Hunterville I spied this R730 Scania, with appropriate rego plate.|
|In Hunterville, this 2002 Mitsubishi Shogun was resting.|
Of course NZ Mitsubishi trucks all wear the Fuso badge these days.
|It's impossible to get back far enough to fit in the whole windmill, at the only one that I can park my bike at the base of at the Te Apiti windfarm.|
|Hoult's Contracts of Palmerston North appear to have all Hinos,|
|KW tanker parked up in Woodville.|
|New Mack being prepared for delivery in MTD yard in Palmerston North.|
|PTS Cat in their yard in Palmerston North with a load to set off with on Tuesday morning.|