Coping with injury, battles of being self employed and a brush with death
It's been an interesting couple of weeks – whereby the team I thought were supporting me actually are not, we almost missed our own anniversary and the sunny days of late winter means I can get out and walk at last. Continue reading “Brush with death: there are no Limits”
Today I decided to give It a go: Mark trots off regularly with his compass coming back soaked and ragged from scrambling through bush but with all sorts of map tales from his journey, and discovers parts of the local area that I didn’t know existed. I don’t really get it, why orienteering is so interesting but I thought I’d give it a shot.
Continue reading “Orienteering fun at Sandy Point”
Autumn is such a beautiful time of year, the leaves changing colour, new flowers in bloom, New Zealand foliage never seems to rest.
We went for a stroll on Sandy point a few days ago, it seemed strange to be standing on the shore of the Oreti river rather than rowing down it! Continue reading “Autumn is here”
Today was summer!! Apparently, it will only last 24 hours, so we decided to make the most of it. Continue reading “Sunshine and Sandy Point”
We went tramping today (hiking/walking). It was intended to be a little afternoon stroll, and ended up being a 3.5 hour hike! beautiful beautiful area! We feel so lucky! Sandy Point is only a few minutes away from us by car. There wouldn’t have been anything like this in the UK. Some beautiful photograph opportunities, as you will see. Continue reading “Tramping at Sandy Point”