This year, after missing out last year due to the big move back to Gisborne when it was nearly finished, I am participating in the Kaiti Hill Challenge. The end goal is to climb the hill 68 times which equates into climbing the height of Mt Everest.
As of yesterday I am quarter of the way there with 17 climbs. The challenge started last Monday and ends October 30th, so if I keep at it I will meet the challenge.
The best thing about it apart from getting fit, is the views and so many people are doing it from the very young to the elderly.
Then last Saturday hubby and I went for a quick drive up the coast to the historic Tolaga Bay wharf which is the longest wharf at 660 meters, in New Zealand.
Yes, MIA I have been. It has been so stressful doing my Master of Nursing and my nursing portfoilio, but things are finally coming along. I have not done much sewing at all and have been in two biggish swaps which was the Xmas In July one held each year and am on leave from my block swaps and hexagon swaps currently.
However I have entered some items in out local A&P show home industries section next month so a stitching I will be soon.
I also plan on getting back into this blog too, but I also post on Instagram if you want to follow me there. Just click HERE to follow.
Here is some pictures of what I have done in the last couple of months sewing wise and sent away for swaps