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... scented candles was all we were going to need to get through Pam. given cyclone Pam was nothing more than a bit of wind and a light shower, we ended up using our emergency bathtub water to water the plants. if anyone reading this blog lives in NZ and does not have an emergency kit, you are welcome to share ours during the next disaster as long as you bring crackers, cheese and a lighter for our scented candles.
There are 2 fresh water streams running from the first vent which is 47 degrees and tastes of iron and the main crater which is 37 degrees and is less irony. Both though are hot !no plants live in them. They even asked for a dirty copper coin, Steve duly obliged. It was half dipped in the stream for 5 seconds and came out half new half dirty. Steve still has the coin and will show anyone who asks. Please note, The stream the coin was put in, we had tasted that water ! When ...
I figure it's really just the pictures that you guys are interested in so I'm keeping this one short. you can see what we've been up to from the pictures and can make up the rest. we're both enjoying what feels like an endless summer - summer for us started last May in the UK... god help us when winter eventually hits - good thing we have about 20 different winter jackets to choose from - our cartons that we shipped over from the UK have arrived and there were an ...
... poop on our car.
the cultural rollercoaster continues... sadly, a few weeks ago, one of my Maori patients died. I was asked to attend the Tangihanga, which is pretty much a Maori pre-funeral ceremony; given the entire ceremony was in Te Reo (Maori language), my Maori Health colleagues accompanied me to 'guide me through' the ceremony. I am almost certain Maori Health was created by the District Health Board's ...
... we have bought a lot of them and things have gotten a bit out of control. I think the plans we have each chosen says a lot about us; Daryn has only purchased plants he will be able to eat eventually, whilst all of my plants are either purple or green because those are the only colors I like this week. We figure if the majority of them are still alive in a year, we will responsible enough to have a kitten.
Hope everyone is well!