I am finally home in front of my own computer with WiFi access, you beaut!! I thought that I was coming home to the warm but it is chilly here, though not as chilly as Queenstown. Still I have my cardigan on and have had to put gloves on to warm my fingers. The thing is we are set up for the heat not the cold. I might have to look at buying a small radiator to warm me up.
I had a wonderful time at the Quilt Symposium, it got the creative juices flowing and I always enjoy the company of our New Zealand cousins. (They are so cheeky, just like those Keas.)
I stayed with three other girls from Toowoomba in a unit next door to the Catholic Church. The church had a postcard of the view, much better than my photo, showing the Remarkables behind covered in snow. The snow wasn't this thick when I was there but it was as white and cold and clear.
After all the trauma of getting home, (I do not like travelling on standby), I need to wash my clothes, organise my quilting purchases and get some sleep. Then I have to workout how to transfer all my photos from the laptop to the desktop. (I hope the more up to date photo editing program comes over with it.) Oh the joys of technology.