Windy Wellington is strutting its stuff

The wind is billowing and blowing around the windows, loud in the silence.  Flights between Christchurch and Wellington were full today, with white knuckles on runways and as we were buffeted by the gale howling across the Kaikoura ranges.  Tonight I will shut the windows to keep the doors from rattling.  Halyards banging the mast are useful information, but doors shaking in their frames are merely upsetting when you live on a faultline.

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About Sarah Tanburn

I'm a writer, a sailor and a strategic adviser to public organisations. Visit my websites to find out more.
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