My trip to New Zealand and visit with Kevin Hester has been a great success, of which I will be sharing more latter. A lifetime treasure. For now, most briefly among much to share, tell, and retell, here is my recent interview with Robin Westenra of the famed SeeMoreRocks blog. This is followed by a reminder of tomorrows main, live talk, and a few hopefully comforting videos sharing the great beauty of Rakino Island and some of the grace and overall flavor.
I have been made to feel very welcome in many, many place, by a great many persons, and needless to say Kevin is the very best of hosts and guides, doing all to make this a deeply meaningful trip with great efficacy. As many of you know, he is friends with all good activists and I thank him deeply for his generosity, vision, and endlessly resourceful and fertile imagination.
Our meeting: ‘Jennifer Hynes in Wellington’ // Published on Feb 11, 2016
‘Seemorerocks joins Jennifer Hynes in conversation with Dido Dunlop, Wellington-based Tibetan Buddhist meditation teacher and writer; and Pam Crisp, conservationist, environmental educationist, teacher of yoga and meditation practitioner’.
For those of you in Auckland, I speak Sunday the 14th, and this is at 1 pm local time, at the Ika Restaurant. Details here. Link to the LiveStream event is here. For those of you in the states, this is four pm PST and 7 pm EST tomorrow Saturday.
Rakino Island, New Zealand – Sunset Walk // Published on Feb 6, 2016
Rakino Island, New Zealand. Taking time out for a lovely sunset walk on February 6, 2016, whilst prepping for the presentation for the Arctic Methane Emergency Public Meeting with Kevin Hester.
Rakino Island – Flowers // Published on Feb 4, 2016
My visit to Rakino Island , New Zealand, February 3-6, 2016. Kevin Hester and I prep for upcoming Arctic Methane Emergency public meeting in Auckland, NZ. This is my walk about the island, and the local flora. A very healthy ecosystem!