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Layering

I have a feeling that a lot of people now associate ‘layering’ with clothing: “We’re going skiing tomorrow, and then next day, we’ll be down on the flats. Can’t take a lot of gear but no worries, we’ll just layer.”

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He Pūoro

They don’t look like much, to an undiscerning eye.

Some rocks and bits of wood, a few bones… cordage, and vegetable matter that is not wood.

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Te Ao o te Māori
Keri Hulme

Keri Hulme (keree hewm) n, v, adj.; Kāi Tahu (Puketeraki, Ōraka-Aparima, Arowhenua, Taumutu, Waihōpai), Ōkarito (38 years), The Bone People. Whakapapa, flags, whiskey, wind, water, praying mantis. Congenial neighbours (Judith and Bill; and Andris up the hill), takaroa, twenty-seven thousand (books), walking sticks, pounamu, Moeraki (soon). Words, rhythm, circumpreambulation, 1972 crown land section (ballot), octagon…

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Surviving vs Living vs Thriving

I am a locavore, an eater of fresh food from my regions.

Of course I eat other things – I’ve got free-range chook and vegetables in the deep freeze because there aren’t any local producers of chook or peas or carrots or corn let alone the more exotic vege mixes in Big O. And I do have at least a bucket (sometimes a pōhā) of birds around for winter.

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