After a weekend in Riverton snapping, eating, caking (is that even a word?) relaxing and riding I was ready for the week. You can read all about my adventures here. Again the weather here has been weird. I like to mess with my head a little more and go back a year on Facebook and see what the weather was doing. It was glorious. So I was in a hump. Again.
Monday saw us at TedxQueenstown connecting even further with the community with a TedxConnect event where we even went as far to liven things up with a speed dating theme. 3 minutes to connect and chat with someone and then they moved on. I heard the word speed dating and I was there! Such a good turn out to chat and put names to faces with some people who I’ve been wanting to for ages. Result!
Rob Cope is travelling around New Zealand with a fridge (standard) talking to communities about Project Wildman. Men wanted for hazardous journeys. Getting men talking about, well anything. Just talking. Amazing stuff. Catch him if he’s in your area. And if you see a man at the side of the road with a fridge, and come not here can’t be many, pick him up.
He’s probably late for his next gig.
I met with a gorgeous lady selling beautiful baby clothes but more on that next week. I’m writing it furiously to get it out there so you know! Last minute training for the Queenstown Half Marathon ramps up as there’s only one week to go!
And I finished our lovely book for book club this month. The gorgeous ‘The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman’ by Denis Theriault. You can join over 700 women all around the world reading the same book at the same time here.
Next week I’m starting a new exiting project which I can’t wait to let you in on, but first here’s some pictures of the week!
As always I take so many more photos on Instagram. Hop on over and say hello!