June 10th, 2011we so excited

I’ve already written a post about what a huge blessing last weekend’s Impact conference was on Who Do You Serve? This is the photo edition…

In Taupo on the way to Impact.

On the way down to Hastings we stopped in Taupo for lunch (I think between us we managed to sample every fast food shop in the place.) In the freezing Lake Taupo breeze we were starting to wonder why we had all got thickshakes and slushies.

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December 29th, 2008sentinel rock and the ninnies

sentinel rock and the ninnies

Behind the ninnies you can see the spectacular views of Sentinel Rock on top of the Kaimai ranges, and surrounding countryside (near Katikati).

Between the ninnies and the background you can see a tropical storm.

I’ve wanted to go up there for years, and this morning was the appointed time. It seems I’ll have to go back another time to see the rock.

We had great fun. The rain added to the whole experience! There would have been no mud on the steep climb without it.

We did the 4-5 hour walk (12km) in 3 hours, and were back for lunch.

December 27th, 2008boxing day

boxing day

Yesterday the party was here. I’ve got pics of the six square. But you’ll have to go to other blogs to see shots of the volleyball, pool games, darts… and eating. ;)

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November 10th, 2008surprise

surprise

Dale and Kirsty finished their degrees today!

I wanted to do a surprise celebration for them that was something unique. I thought of having a surprise picnic on top of Mount Maunganui, and that was the plan for a few weeks. But I didn’t get much support from some people.

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October 2nd, 2008Kirsty’s Film

Kirsty's Film

Kirsty Thorne has an assignment to make a monologue short film. (Yes, she’s studying teaching.) (No, I don’t get it either.)

I know I said I wouldn’t make another film… well I wasn’t meaning short films.

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