This statue commemorating lone shepherd James Mackenzie and his dog Friday stands in Fairlie. The skills and resourcefulness of the pair, who drove 1,000 stolen sheep from the Levels station north of Timaru south to what became known as the Mackenzie Country, have become legendary in New Zealand.
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Photograph by Shirley Williams
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