My cousin Brett, Dad, cousins David (rear) and Steven, brother-in-law Don (standing), cousin Nick and aunt Dorothy in the winning socks. You can read all about the Waikato rugby team here.
Update 30/08/2008: Oops! Nathan is missing as is Matthew. And I thought I was doing so well. Later. And while I am at it Firefox is my browser of choice. Viewing galleries in other than Firefox may be disappointing. There is something wrong with the search box function. Yesterday was fun and very well done.
Update 10/10/08: The lightbox (slideshow) function is not yet available on my new server.
Update 15/11/08: A version of this gallery is now available on Issuu.
Update 18/11/08: YouTube slide show added.
What did I say about marketing our town? Mmm sometimes you just have to go with the flow. My thoughts on the subject.
Forty five years ago.
This week’s curry: Spinach, pumpkin and red lentils Tikka Masala. Jeremy is in town – and Tirau – on Tuesdays. You can check out the menu at samosa.co.nz.
Next week: Capsicum, potatoes and soy meat in a butter chicken masala.
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In town today, promoting their wares and expertise the Geeks on Wheels lads. Love their 0800 number; 0800 4 A GEEK.
Taco Loco Mexican catering. In the Waikato that is.
Fiona Clark‘s Taranaki Vista.
Topical as always Abbie Jury‘s Taranaki Daily News column.
I use gmail as my mailbox. In the past 24 hours gmail has dropped from view with a 502 message (not just a regional problem it seems). If you have emailed me recently – the last 18 hours or so – I may not have seen your message. Emailing me at email@example.com – as per the contact info in the left hand column – will still find me.
Update: Sorted for the time being 2:39 PM.
Proofs and ordering information will appear here Tuesday 12 August 2008. Bookmark this post!
Sales: A couple of options. If you happen to live in the Cambridge area pop into Hot Shots To Go (just up from Rata Cafe) at 64a Victoria Street and make an order during business hours 9-5 week days and 9-1 Saturdays.
Alternatively email me – firstname.lastname@example.org – your order and I will invoice you for internet banking. Prices are fairly standard $5.00 for a 6×4 (150×100), $10.00 for an 8×6 (200×150) and $20.00 for an A4/12×8. There is a standard $4.00 p&p charge for despatch to you by mail. You can forgo the postal charge by electing to pick up your order – I will email you when it is ready – from Hot Shots To Go. I will also send one batch of orders similarly free of postal charges through to Innovation Park on Monday the 25th of August (final orders Thursday the 21st). Any queries email me and I will sort it out.
Update: 13/10/08 With the move to the new sever – one casualty – the proofs are no longer in chronological order.
John Walker Pied Piper to a delighted troupe of children after winning his race, a 1500 I think, at the annual twilight athletics meeting Cameron Road, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty.
This photograph was taken on the 31st of December 1976. Updated 1/1/2014.
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The St Andrew’s Concert Series continues this evening, Thursday the 7th of August 2008, with sopranos Tamara Mayo and Anna Hawkins accompanied by St Andrew’s Director of Music Mark Eyre and the combined choirs of St Andrew’s and St John’s Te Awamutu.
Anna Hawkins entertains a full house at St Andrew’s this evening.
Tamara Mayo accompanied by the combined choirs of St Andrew’s Cambridge and St John’s Te Awamutu.
Mark Eyre, Anna Hawkins and Tamara Mayo take a bow at the conclusion of tonight’s concert.
If you want to see the full selection of photos taken this evening please call into Hot Shots To Go 64A Victoria Street Cambridge or email me firstname.lastname@example.org.
Church lighting: David Jones
Now I don’t want you to get the idea that this is just a bloke thing. The ladies were out in force as well. This is the Cambridge Tree Trust Tuesday Team. The weed mat was placed by the council the plant material raised by the Tree Trust itself.
I should be positive. I should be encouraging. I will say one thing: Design.
From the BBC.