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Hard Country Robby And Garry Robilliard Arrived In Golden Bay In 1957 As A Young Married Couple With A Baby They Longed To Own Their Own Sheep Farm, But A Lack Of Money Stood In Their Way.Then They Found Rocklands, A Rundown Marginal Property In The Hills Above Takaka Its Three Previous Owners Had Gone Bust No Wonder Robby Came To Call It Nightmare Land.Sixty Years On, Robby And Garry Still Call Rocklands Home Hard Country Is Robby S Entertaining Story Of Their Decades Eking Out A Living At Rocklands, And Their Encounters Along The Way With The Many And Varied Golden Bay Characters.


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10 thoughts on “Hard Country

  1. says:

    As a young married couple, wanting to buy cheap land, Garry and Robin Robilliard chanced upon Rocklands in Takaka, Golden Bay and bought it It required almost impossible grit and stamina to turn this land into a functioning sheep and beef farm, which Garry did, with occasional help from neighbours.Meanwhile Robin was busy having children, 3 in the space of 5 years Living in primitive, cramped conditions, she nevertheless contri


  2. says:

    Robby Robilliard takes the reader with her to Golden Bay beautiful country at the top of New Zealand s South Island where the farms are all hills and gullies and poor soil and the farmer s life is one of back breaking toil from dawn to dusk, year after year Robby and her husband bought the land because there was nowhere else they could afford, and they doggedly persevered Along the way they had three children, and Robby also became a w


  3. says:

    Would be a 4 but a little repetitive, a little editing might have helped Having said that, what a great sounding lady who made a life for herself and with her family in really tough conditions, farming on marginal land in Golden Bay, NZ Could never have done what she did Inspiring stuff.


  4. says:

    The book starts with a strong narrative, but later becomes a series of anecdotes that are somewhat disjointed It would have benefited from tighter editing to lead the reader into and through the stories.


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