Wednesday, October 22, 2014
It's good to remind myself that quite a few historic stone buildings have survived the Canterbury earthquakes. The Old Stone House in Cracroft, Cashmere is one of them. It is, however, damaged and closed for the meantime. In general, timber buildings survived a lot better than stone buildings as they flex better.
The gardens at the Old Stone House are looking great at the moment, when I have more time I will get back and have a proper look round.