Michelle’s latest challenge was about where all the Street Team come from. This is something I have already scrap booked. My digital camera has a flat battery, so I have scanned and stitched – hence the slightly scruffy image.
Patea is a small rural town of approx 1,000 people on the west coast of the North Island in New Zealand. Not always an easy community; over the years it has suffered from high unemployment, closure of its main industry, loss of a school etc. but fights on, and is looking good. Most people are employed now, the businesses seem to be doing well. It has always been safe to walk the streets…and as I go about my business I know most people by name.