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The Road to Chatto Creek

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  • Author:
    CHISHOLM Matt
  • ISBN:
    9781991006509
  • Publication Date:
    July 2024
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    288
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Allen and Unwin
  • Country of Publication:
    New Zealand
The Road to Chatto Creek
The Road to Chatto Creek

The Road to Chatto Creek

Regular price $45.00
Unit price
per
  • Author:
    CHISHOLM Matt
  • ISBN:
    9781991006509
  • Publication Date:
    July 2024
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    288
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Allen and Unwin
  • Country of Publication:
    New Zealand
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  • Product description

    Hilarious tales and hard-won wisdom about leaving the rat race for a new life in the country.

    Matt Chisholm's number-one bestselling book, Imposter, saw Matt and his family leaving Auckland to buy some land in Chatto Creek, Otago, with big dreams to build their own house and farm cattle and sheep.

    Fast forward a few years and it's been a huge shift for Matt, his wife Ellen and their three kids - lots of highs and a few lows, too. Matt writes candidly and with his unique humour about the joys of being part of a farming community, new friendships, the realities of farm life and his work as an Ambassador for Rural Support Trust, where he gives talks on mental health to farmers around New Zealand.

    Beautifully photographed by Lottie Hedley, The Road to Chatto Creek is a must-read for anyone who enjoys a great yarn or has ever had a hankering for leaving the big smoke for rural life.

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Hilarious tales and hard-won wisdom about leaving the rat race for a new life in the country.

Matt Chisholm's number-one bestselling book, Imposter, saw Matt and his family leaving Auckland to buy some land in Chatto Creek, Otago, with big dreams to build their own house and farm cattle and sheep.

Fast forward a few years and it's been a huge shift for Matt, his wife Ellen and their three kids - lots of highs and a few lows, too. Matt writes candidly and with his unique humour about the joys of being part of a farming community, new friendships, the realities of farm life and his work as an Ambassador for Rural Support Trust, where he gives talks on mental health to farmers around New Zealand.

Beautifully photographed by Lottie Hedley, The Road to Chatto Creek is a must-read for anyone who enjoys a great yarn or has ever had a hankering for leaving the big smoke for rural life.