Today was fine, after a frost, then cloud, then sunshine.
Hugh was at the controls, and somewhere I have a video of the Freefall QAL flimsy on the ground, from an aerial view. However that will take some editing, so meantime …. Here are some Leaves!!!
The Weeping Silver pear tree,planted in memory of Neil McKinstry, ( Hugh’s Dad).This was taken in June 2014.
The Chestnut tree in Autumn, a few years ago
Where would we be in life without a challenge or two? Our daughter and son-in-law have arrived home after biking the Heaphy Track on the northern West Coast of the South Island.
The following photos are courtesy of the Internet and Adventure Flights. Thank you.
Annette,Mike, Denise and Mark biked the track, 4 days, 3 nights, the Wednesday temperatures were so cold, the water bottles froze along the way!!! From Karamea back to Nelson, the 4 bikes were strapped under the plane wings. But, I have heard, it was a wonderful time.
Elevations that would give me palpitations before I even started!!!
Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ Challenges are interesting, or frightening,
and overcoming them is the ultimate outcome “
Greetings from Jean.