In the grand scheme of things, wherefore art thou?
At home in Kaikoura right now – Location: 42°25.123’S 173°41.626’E
Going out to a Lions working bee at the site of our new local hospital in 15 minutes. From there I go to a meeting of the Lyell Creek streamcare group, and from there to chairing a 4 hour meeting of the Kaikoura Zone water management committee.
Ailsa is in Christchurch attending a meeting on caring for birds and ecosystems dependent on our braided river valleys.
I should be back home about 5pm.
Had 9 hours sleep last night, the first decent nights sleep in about 3 weeks, so feeling really good right now.
Love the fact that we live in this beautiful place, in this caring community.
Cautiously optimistic for the future of humanity, a future of abundance and health and freedom for all – that should materialise over the next 15 years.
Happy to be a member of this and many other communities online, and thankful for my many online friends, particularly yourself, Len, Sandi and Lulu here.
Have BBC “Hard Talk” with the German finance minister in the background, and the sight of about 20 sparrows feeding on the wheat I put out for them every morning, and a few waxeyes at the fat ball and half apple that are out for them, with the bay and the snow covered mountains as backdrop. A lovely sunny autumn morning. Brisk!
So pleased that you and Len love where you are – such an important attribute to cultivate in life!