Saturday, September 25, 2010

Photohunt: Natural




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My take for this week, using horses to pull wagons as a natural form of transportation.

Here in Devonport, the horse and cart is a tourist attraction. I do not know if the driver knows that these boys are getting a free ride.

Can you tell me if there is a difference between a wagon and a cart? I thought it is a wagon, but the company calls it a cart.

7 comments:

healingmagichands said...

Cart: light vehicle pulled by hand or a two wheeled vehicle drawn by animals

Wagon: heavy four wheeled vehicle drawn by large animals.

Whatever the definition, your picture is fantastic!

jams o donnell said...

Now that is the way to get things delivered! Greate take on the theme

Life Ramblings said...

That looks like a a wonderful method of clean and green transportation. There are many horse-drawn rides for tourists in Austria too.

Life Ramblings said...

To answer your question, there are times that I have had to travel overseas with my job but for the most part, it is with my hubby on leisure. I also make little, short trips around the states with my kids when I can. How long have you been staying in NZ Ann?

i don't speak German but many people in large cities and resort areas can speak English.

Ginny said...

Sorry, but this looks like a wagon to me! I didn't know there really was much of a difference, but I guess there must be, let us know when you find out. Great pictures!

YTSL said...

Interesting photos -- and thanks to healingmagichands for explaining the difference between a cart and wagon! :)

The Japanese Redneck said...

How funny about the skate boarders!

Luv the Belgians.