This weekend we went to the Bill Richardson Transport World, used to be ‘truck museum’ when Dad was here. Back then it was an extensive collection crammed into a few sheds. Now its a true celebration of an incredible family and a man with a fascination for collecting motorised vehicles! Continue reading
Seals at Waipapa Point
Finally it’s getting warmer, the walking season soon starts and the clocks go back in a few weeks: yay!
I love the spring and summer here, it means more daylight hours to be outside enjoying the scenery! Continue reading
It’s not till you have a visitor comment on something that you take a photo of, that you realise how lucky you are to live where you live.
The sea, close by in several directions, space, beautiful parks, quiet roads and a job I created, one that I love. What’s not to love. One might say I’m incredibly lucky. Continue reading
This week has been an historic one for me.
Exercise leads the way
Way back in 2007 I had no idea what exercise was really, why I should bother or what it would have in store for me later in life. Continue reading
Typical Southland heating system!
It’s been ages since I posted an update: apologies! We have been hunkering down in the Deep South for winter, which started surprisingly mild and sunny, but finally arrived with a vengeance this weekend with snow at sea level. Continue reading