Since my trip to hospital I have been trying to take life a little slower.But this didn’t mean to stop blogging altogether!!! The last week or so has been so busy, family came, they went , Josh started a new life at Victoria University, the washing machine leaked ( badly!!), we rearranged beds, gave one away, cleaned out the huge chest freezer, with wonderful help, or mainly all the work done by Liv, took Boris and Felicity to the vet to make sure the new flea treatment was working, Hugh went away camping, he came home. Here are some of his photos taken with his Canon 40D. He was up high in the Central Plateau.
His camp site, the tent extension I made was greatly admired by some men who had been further in on a photography trip, with overnight fly-camping. They were about our age,( give or take from 75 to 79) or a few years younger, and had been in the bush for a few days. I guess a home cooked meal, after a very welcome hot shower, would be so appreciated.
Waipakihi Stream, looking pretty in the sunshine. I was told it was SO hot there, 40Celsius in the wagon!!! And one morning almost a frost.This is the normal thing for days and nights at the high altitude. 1074 m or 3523 feet above seal level.
The good news is that Open Live Writer has now added and installed “ Spell Check”. No more proof reading for errors!!!
Quotation of the day,author unknown
“ Your attitude is your altitude.
It determines how high you can fly”
Greetings from Jean.