This little old bionic knee has now had its 5 month knee-versary and I am slowly and gradually seeing good signs on my road back to the fitness that I once had.
I achieved another massive and important (for me at lease) milestone, in that I attempted Forest Hill. Continue reading
February saw the Burt Munro bike rally return to Invercargill. I even managed to volunteer on the hill climb races, by being seated at the ticket gate! We always get free tickets to the street races because they close the road that my business is situated on. This year was the first time we opened at the weekend for massage (although I was not able to take appointments yet at that stage). Continue reading
January has seen me get into this position a bit more, which since I have been laid up incapacitated for so long, this makes me very happy! Continue reading
It’s been a good wee while since my last update, apologies, so this might be longer than usual, there’s a lot to catch up on! Local events, Christmas, and a wee tiny ticky tour! Continue reading
Posted in Bluff, Dunedin, My news, Northern Otago, Riverton, Wanaka
Tagged camping, Christmas, knee replacement, new zealand sight seeing, street art, tramping
Sufficed to say my lack of independence is starting to frustrate me somewhat! Plus, I think my one remaining peg leg might actually be a hindrance! Here’s what happened today! Continue reading