New Zealand Forests

new-zealand-forestNew Zealand boasts two different forest climates within its islands.  In the south temperate forests abound.  In the northern islands more tropical growth is seen.  The pathways through these forests have been settled in place by islanders, colonists, and tourists for generations.  Throughout all of this, the forests abound.  Imagine walking meditation through the forests.

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