Monthly Archives: March 2018

Hutton’s Shearwaters on Kaikoura Noticeboard Facebook page

Well done Sabrina. For most of those birds crash landing, it is their first flight, ever. They spend about 3 months in a dark burrow underground, being fed every day or two by a parent returning, but otherwise alone in … Continue reading

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7 years from last tumour

A rather significant anniversary today – 7 years since the last tumour was cut from my shoulder. When the histology came back it said the margin wasn’t clear, and wider excision was recommended. By that stage I was confident that … Continue reading

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