Bay Harbour: August 15, 2018

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A COMMUNITY orchard is

being proposed in memory of two

Lyttelton men who lost their lives

during the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

Father-of-three Ian Foldesi

was walking

the Stan

Helms track

when the

earthquake

triggered a

rockslide that

swept across

the track and

Ian Foldesi

carried him

25m down a

cliff face.

He was found hours later by his

daughter, Sarah.

Owen Wright was working at

his joinery business in Woolston

when the 6.3 magnitude quake

struck at 12.51pm.

Assured his family was safe, he

spent a couple of hours tidying

up the factory before leaving for

home in his Land Rover.

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THAT’S A tremendous idea to have a

community garden to remember two

Lyttelton men killed in the February 2011

quake (page 1).

The land suggested was part owned by

one of the victims, Owen Wright, and his

wife Megan. The section was red-zoned and is now owned by

the Government, so there will need to be discussions there.

Let’s hope they play ball. Owen had ferried people up the

Bridle Path in his Land Rover before setting off on foot for

home. He was struck and killed by boulders.

A fitting tribute today (see pages 4-5) to Baden Norris who

passed away recently.

Baden had an amazing life and was a pillar of the Lyttelton

and later Sumner communities.

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Wednesday August 15 2018

News

Boat shed delays overcome

• By Sarla Donovan

COMPLEXITIES with putting

piles into place have delayed

a new boat shed planned for

Moncks Bay.

Construction on Christchurch

Yacht Club’s boat shed and deck

started in March with caissons

– chambers used for underwater

construction – for the seven

roadside piles placed into the

seabed.

Once in place, the caissons

were filled with concrete and a

steel pile was embedded within.

But technical issues with

ground conditions has meant

the last two were particularly

difficult and created delays, said

project manager and yacht club

member Frank Coppens.

Those difficulties had now

been overcome, he said. The next

step will be putting in the deck

and seabed access ramps. “Rest

assured, there is progress,” Mr

Coppens said.

The deck design includes a

new 4m wide footpath along its

full length, which will become

part of the Christchurch Coastal

Pathway.

Prefabrication work has been

happening off-site with half

the steel for the deck frame

currently stored in the club’s car

park and the other half at the

contractor’s yard. Mr Coppens

said the deck would roughly

follow the outline of the 14 piles

and measure 40m by 13.5m. It

will be constructed from South

American Tonka hardwood

planks.

“We’ve purchased that and it’s

waiting now at Mitre 10 so we’ve

got all that ready as well. It’s just

a question of having the frame

to install it.”

Weather conditions and access

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will determine when work could

start on putting the decking

frame in place, but the club

hopes it will be before the end of

next month.

But first the concrete and

landward piles need to be put in

place and then the steel support

beams could go in, said Mr

Coppens.

It’s anticipated the deck and

access ramps would be finished

by the end of the year, but

REBUILD:

An illustration

of the new

boat shed

in Moncks

Bay which

will replace

the former

shed that was

demolished

in 2011. ​

additional funding would need

to be raised to place a boat shed

on the deck.

The cost to the finished

deck stage is $1.174 million,

which has come from the city

council, Coastal Pathway

Project and grants the club has

received.

The original boat shed was

demolished in June, 2011,

after suffering damage in the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

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LIBRARY HOURS INCREASE

Extended weekend opening

hours start at the Sumner

Centre: Matuku Takotako on

Saturday. The library will now be

open from 10am-4pm, Saturday

and Sunday. The move to

increase weekend hours follows

pressure from residents to enable

seven-day access, especially for

those who work and go to school

outside the area during the

week. The city council budgeted

an additional $44,000 per

annum in its Long Term Plan to

pay for the extra services.

FREE WI-FI PLAN

The city council is investigating

installing free wi-fi across

the Akaroa and Lyttelton

town centres after the idea

was suggested by the Banks

Peninsula Community Board.

Free wi-fi is provided at all

libraries in Christchurch, but

board member Janis Haley said

that created a lot of congestion

around the Akaroa Library

during the cruise ship season.

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Baden Norris

Historian, an inspiration and a

Well known Lyttelton

and Sumner resident

Baden Norris died last

Wednesday aged 92.

Matt Salmons looks

back on the life of this

iconic historian

A TIRELESS historian, avid

explorer, prospector, wharfside

worker, writer and emeritus

curator of two museums,

Lyttelton-born Baden Norris

balanced scholarly pursuits with

a down-to-earth attitude.

Close friend and Lyttleton

Museum committee member

Kerry McCarthy said Mr Norris

was a hard worker and a kind,

loyal man, who had a passion for

inspiring the joy of learning and

history in others.

“He was the classic New Zealand

gentleman of his age. He

was very modest and humble,

he always stayed very real and

grounded. He was very generous

in his knowledge and interested

in other people,” Dr McCarthy

said.

Leaving school at a young age,

Mr Norris joined the merchant

navy, serving in the Pacific during

World War 2. On his return,

he worked as a painter in Rotorua

LEGACY: Historian Baden Norris passed away last Wednesday.

where he met his wife Alice. The

couple returned to Lyttelton to

marry and had a daughter, Daphne,

who lives in the United States

along with his grandchildren and

great-grandchildren.

The family later moved to Sumner.

Mr Norris’ daily trip to work

at the Lyttelton Port, in which he

passed the archeological work at

Moa Bone Cave, connected him

with the Canterbury Museum

Archeological Society. He would

serve as the society’s secretary

from 1958-1984, travelling on a

number of archeological expeditions.

Passionate about Antarctica,

Mr Norris visited the continent

15 times from 1964. On his first

EXPLORER: Baden Norris (left) on the ice during one of his

many trips to Antarctica.

visit, he dug out the huts used

by Antarctic explorers Robert

Scott and Ernest Shackleton,

becoming one of the first to enter

them since the expeditions and

saving a number of artefacts in

the process.

About that time Mr Norris

would lay the foundations for the

Lyttelton Museum. He wanted to

save the area’s history after finding

decomposing fish and chips

sandwiched between copies of

the Lyttelton Times in the town’s

archives. The museum opened in

1969, with Mr Norris as its first

curator.

“Baden was very proud that he

could bring the history and the

stories of the ordinary people of

Lyttelton into the museum,” Dr

McCarthy said.

In 1984, Mr Norris became the

official curator of Antarctic history

at Canterbury Museum after

holding the position honourarily

since 1967.

Museum director Anthony

Wright said Mr Norris was an

“utterly dependable” man, saying

he was “good in the very best

sense of the word.”

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His work ethic and impeccable

manners allowed him to

feel comfortable in all levels of

society.

“He was a very down-to-earth

man, but very knowledgeable. He

really had it all at the tip of his

tongue.”

Mr Wright said Mr Norris had

been instrumental in expanding

the museum’s Antarctic collection

with many well known

artefacts, including Sir Robertson

Stewart’s huskies, Jens and

Apolotok.

“He was very fond of the dogs

and he was very bound up in

retrieving them and having them

repaired for the collection. But I

would honestly think there are

many, many, many things in the

exhibits and the collection that

we owe Baden the thanks for.”

A “most wonderful storyteller”,

Mr Wright said Mr Norris had terbury Museum in 2002 and as

brought history to life, both as a curator of the Lyttelton Museum

tour guide and lecturer, telling in 2010, but continued to provide

the human stories behind items advice and volunteer service to

and events.

both museums right up until his

He said Mr Norris would death.

always remain a part of the museum

family.

a number of accolades, includ-

His work saw Mr Norris win

“He will always be a part of ing a Queen’s Service Order,

our story. When our history is Antarctic Conservation Trophy,

written, he’ll be a major player in Rhodes History Medal and,

that” Mr Wright said.

most recently, the New Zealand

Mr Norris resigned from Can-

FIJI

Antarctica Medal in 2013. Both

on Sale

Norris Glacier in Antarctica and

Baden Norris Reserve on Sumner

Rd, Lyttelton, bear his name.

In spite of his accolades,

Dr McCarthy said Mr Norris

remained humble; grateful for

the honours, but did what he did

because of his passion for the

fields he worked in.

Beyond his legacy at the

museums, she said he left behind

many people he had inspired and

befriended.

DEVASTATION:

Baden Norris

was an avid

supporter

of plans to

build a new

museum. after

the quakes

did irreparable

damage to the

old Lyttelton

Museum,

“There’s a lot of people . . . who

are carrying knowledge, attitudes

and understanding with them

that they wouldn’t have had if

Baden hadn’t been around,” Dr

McCarthy said.

“One thing he always said to

me was never let any opportunity

pass you by, take every

opportunity that comes your way

and that’s the way to lead

a fulfilled life,” Dr McCarthy

said.

Fast facts

•As a child, Baden Norris

was taken by his father to

see the carpenter from

Ernest Shackleton’s Antarctic

expedition, Harry McNeish,

in a Wellington hospital.

Mr McNeish apparently

whispered in the young Mr

Norris’ ear; “Shackleton killed

my cat”. Kerry McCarthey

said that later in life, Mr

Norris would successfully

campaign for a small statue

of a cat be added to Mr

McNeish’s headstone in

Wellington.

•The brass bust of Roald

Amundsen at Canterbury

Museum has a distinctly

shiny nose. Museum director

Anthony Wright said the only

case of Baden Norris ever

being speechless was over

Antarctic history, when asked

by a group of Japanese

tourists he was guiding why

the explorer’s nose was so

big, Mr Norris said touching

the nose would bring luck.

The joking comment set off

a tradition where tourists

rub the nose, forcing the

museum to regularly apply

a wax seal to it to protect the

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honoured

• By Sarla Donovan officer Bob Palmer.

Said Mr Palmer:

“WE’RE A long way “This particular award

from help, and so we help recognises the quality

ourselves.”

of their outstanding

That’s the reason

commitment and work

firefighter Doug Coles gave performed over that

for joining the Diamond lengthy period and is only

Harbour Volunteer Fire awarded in outstanding

Brigade more than 25 years circumstances.”

ago.

Mr Hughan joined

Mr Coles and acting the brigade in 1992, the

deputy chief fire officer year after he moved to

Peter Hughan both wanted Diamond Harbour.

to serve their community, “I’ve always lived in rural

and in a ceremony at communities, and it’s one

Living Springs recently the of those things, everybody

community and the United helped out wherever they

Fire Brigades’ Association could,” he said.

of New Zealand said

It was humbling to

“thank you”.

be acknowledged as

The two firefighters were firefighters are always part

awarded the UFBANZ of a team, Mr Hughan

Gold Star for more than said.

25 years of voluntary

“But a big part of it is

service.

our wives get recognised as

They were both also well, and they are the ones

granted life honorary that we desert when the

membership of the

siren goes.” Mr Coles

Diamond Harbour

said.

brigade, which was

Anyone thinking of joining

the fire service presented by chief fire

should

THE FRONT window

of a horse float travelling

towards Teddington blew

in on Saturday morning,

causing traffic to back up

while fire fighters worked to

free the distressed animals

inside.

When the window broke

the two horses were startled

and began thrashing about,

prompting the driver

to pull over. One horse

became trapped when

its legs got tangled in the

centre bar, lying half across

it in a distressed state.

Diamond Harbour

Volunteer Fire Brigade chief

fire officer Bob Palmer said

they were called at 10.46am

and managed to free the

horses without having to

cut the bar.

The horses were then

walked to nearby Orton

talk to a firefighter’s family,

Mr Coles said.

“To get an appreciation

of what you and your

family are committing to.

It’s not like a club where

you have a set time every

week. If you’re available,

you’re obliged to go. And

everybody does. If you’re

there when the alarm goes

everything gets put on hold

and you go,” he said.

“It doesn’t just affect you,

it affects whoever else has

made plans around whatever

is happening today

and all of a sudden you’re

not there.”

Mr Coles paid tribute

to the time and effort the

brigade put into making

a “fantastic weekend” for

him and Mr Hughan.

The awards were

presented by UFBANZ

president Joe Manihera

and the ceremony was

attended by family and

friends, members of Fire

and Emergency New

Zealand and dignitaries.

Blown window traps horses

Bradley Park, calmed down

and checked for injury.

Neither was hurt in the

incident, Mr Palmer said,

but there was “significant”

traffic buildup.

“The float was on the side

of the road pulled over as

far as it could but there was

a traffic issue with people

working around it and

trying to keep the horses

calm.”


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Orchard plan for

quake victims

Owen Wright

•From page 1

Unable to drive through

the tunnel, he ferried other

stuck people up the Bridle

Path in his vehicle, before

setting off on foot to get

home on the

other side of the

hill.

Mr Wright

was on the

Major Hornbrook

track,

10min from his

Norton Cl home

when boulders

loosened by an

aftershock struck

him.

Now his former neighbours

Betty and David

Purdue want to use red

zoned land at Norton Cl/

Somes Rd which is currently

maintained by Land

Information New Zealand

for a memorial orchard

dedicated to the two men.

The land was owned by

Mr Wright and his wife

Megan, and Kay and David

Commons. It has four existing

apple and pear trees.

Mrs Wright told Bay Harbour

News she was happy

with the idea.

“To be honest I haven’t

been able to face going back

since our home was

demolished. However,

I think the orchard

idea is lovely

and very healing.

We could picnic

under the blossoms

rather than facing

an empty space,”

she said.

Mrs Wright and

her two children, Eric

and Sarah, now live

in Prebbleton.

Mrs Purdue said the trees

were Mr Wright’s pride and

joy.

“He was very proud of

them and when the houses

were demolished we almost

stood in front of the digger;

we chatted up the driver

and said ‘please, please see

if you can contour the land

around Owen’s trees without

taking them out!’”

Urumau plan

gets approval

• By Sarla Donovan

AFTER TWICE declining

to adopt an updated

development plan for

Lyttelton’s Urumau

Reserve, the Banks

Peninsula Community

Board on Monday gave its

approval - with conditions.

The sticking point for

the board was whether any

mountain bike tracks had

been illegally built and

needed to be closed.

Its approval is conditional

on confirmation that

no other tracks exist other

than on the plan - any

others will be closed by city

council staff.

Additionally, access from

Foster Tce will stay as a

shared walking and biking

path and the access from

there to the vehicle track

RUBBER

STAMP: The

Urumau plan

was approved

on Monday.

PHOTO:

MARK

BRIDGWATER ​

becomes a proposed shared

path.

A mountain bike track

proposed for the northwestern

corner of the park

has been removed and all

other proposed tracks are

subject to final approval by

the board before construction.

Said board chairwoman

Pam Richardson: “This

decision has been a challenge

to ensure that we

acknowledge the range of

issues brought to the table.

Urumau is a recreation

reserve, and we needed to

balance the desires of all

users, ensuring that it is a

safe environment while at

the same time respecting

the environment.”

The updated plan was

first presented to the board

in April.

The land runs alongside

the Major Hornbrook track

and would be an ideal resting

point, Mrs Purdue said,

in a spot with plenty of sun.

“There isn’t a memorial

in Lyttelton to the two Lyttelton

people who died. I

think it would make a really

nice pausing place.”

Mr and Mrs Purdue have

written to the Banks Peninsula

Community Board

proposing the idea.

Board members “soundly

supported” the concept

in principle when it was

discussed at its meeting on

Monday.

But board member and

Deputy Mayor Andrew

turner said Mr and Mrs

Purdue may have to approach

LINZ get the process

moving.

•HAVE YOUR SAY:

What do you think of

the memorial orchard

proposal? Email your

thoughts to sarla.

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Tunnel

closures

ahead

LYTTELTON TUNNEL

will be closed on three

consecutive nights this

month.

The closures will be

from Sunday August 26,

Monday and Tuesday from

11pm and 4am as a new

fire protection system is

installed.

The tunnel will open to

traffic for 10min on the

hour for all three nights.

Outside those times, only

emergency vehicles will be

allowed access.

They are the first in a

series of night closures

over coming months to

enable the $29 million fire

protection system to be

installed and tested.

Commuters can also

travel to Christchurch via

Dyers Pass Rd.

Senior project manager

Chris Collins said work

on the project was in full

swing and expected to

finish early next year. He

said the work was complex.

“Single and full tunnel

traffic lane closures are

critical to the successful

completion of this project,”

he said.

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Work progresses on Sumner Rd

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Sarla Donovan

WORK IS on track at Sumner Rd

which is set to reopen in March.

The completion date for the

road linking Lyttelton to Sumner

was pushed back more than a

year after contractors discovered

the project was more complex

than first thought.

However, city council manager

planning and delivery transport

Lynette Ellis said the project

remains within budget.

The joint city council and New

Zealand Transport Agency work

is being done by McConnell

Dowell as part of the $80 million

Sumner Lyttelton Corridor

programme.

The programme is made up of

four projects, the others are at

Wakefield Ave, Moa Bone Point

and Shag Rock Reserve.

The city projects have a budget

of $20 million, while the Sumner

Rd reconstruction will cost $60

million.

Stage one risk mitigation is

complete and workers are

now focused on repairing retaining

walls and drainage infrastructure

on and below Sumner

Rd in preparation for pavement

repairs, which will happen over

summer.

The road has been closed since

the February 22, 2011, earthquake,

due to damage and the

risk of rockfall.

It is a critical roading link and

heavy vehicles travelling to and

from Lyttelton Port have had to

use the Lyttelton Tunnel for the

last seven years since Sumner Rd

was closed.

FIXED: Sumner Rd is set to reopen in March after complex earthquake repairs.

More women

welcomed into

Ferrymead Lions

TWO MORE women were

inducted into the Ferrymead

Lions at its monthly meeting,

bringing the total number of

female members to six.

Ivy Lee and Jo Hutchings

joined Rosemary Lory, Ann

Newsom, Jenny Godden and

Ann Finnemore who last month

became the club’s first female

members in its 41-year history.

The change was driven by

president Bill Newsom, who

is Mrs Newsom’s husband. He

felt it was about time the club

welcomed the other half of the

population into its ranks.

Mr Newsom said the club had

recently sent a $500 donation to

Japan for flood relief and now

“after these dreadful fires in the

United States and Canada”, the

club would be sending another

$1000 to the relief fund. “We of

Christchurch must not forget

that the US would have sent three

times as much money here as the

Lions clubs in New Zealand have

sent to the US after we had the

earthquakes in Christchurch and

Kaikoura,” Mr Newsom said.

To help raise funds, the club

will be holding a pea straw sale

at the old Redcliffs School site

and opposite the Sumner Surf

Life Saving Club building on

Saturday.

There would be a second

sale on September 8 at Princess

Margaret Hospital in Cashmere.

Anyone who would like to

contribute to the relief fund

should come to the sale and

the club will send their donation

with its own, Mr Newsom

said.

Sandra retires after 35 years

at Edith Cavell Lifecare

• By Sarla Donovan

AFTER 35 years, aged care

worker Sandra Cody has hung

up her hat and retired from her

job at Edith Cavell Lifecare.

A special morning and afternoon

tea and dinner at LeXom

restaurant marked her final day

on Thursday.

There were a few tears, but for

Mrs Cody it was time to move

on. She started work back when

her children were at Sumner

School.

Now they have children of

their own, and Mrs Cody, who

turns 70 next year, is ready to

move onto a new phase in her

life. The great outdoors is calling

– with gardening, fishing, camping

and tramping beckoning for

her and partner Graham.

But she’ll still find time to visit

the residents and her former

colleagues, and plans to do some

volunteering at Edith Cavell.

It’s a place she’s loved working

with people she holds dear, and

having her own mother live at

the home for six years has made

it even more special.

“I was pretty fortunate to be

here because I saw her five days

a week and my brother used to

come on the weekend so it was

a bit of a family gathering every

weekend.”

She has always lived in the

area and attended Redcliffs

School. She now lives on Richmond

Hill. In her time at the

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Sandra Cody

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companionship from the other

staff. That really sums it up.”

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Redcliffs couple conquer Yukon

Fire rages, homes at risk

Redcliffs couple

Wendy Riach and

Ian Huntsman won

the Yukon 1000, the

world’s longest canoe

race, this month. It

took them six days,

14 hours and 55min

to paddle 1609km

down Alaska’s mighty

Yukon River. They tell

Sarla Donovan what it

was like

Tell me about the Yukon – is

it a fast-flowing river?

The river usually flows at

7km/h. However, this year it was

at a very low flow. According

to the locals, this was due to it

being an inordinately cold early

summer with much less snow

melt than usual. We could tell

after the first day of racing that

our times were going to be slow

in comparison to earlier years as

the river was flowing 1-2km/h

slower than in 2014 when we last

raced. Unfortunately this meant

no new race records for canoes

or kayaks this year.

Alaska has this legendary

quality, a final-frontier

mystique. How did it feel to be

out there in the wilderness?

It’s big, it seems infinite, there

are very few roads, almost no

sign of human occupation, it

really does belong to the wild

animals who live there. We felt

like trespassers, we watched

our step when we were ashore

and attempted to leave no trace

behind.

Does it feel different to NZ?

Unforgiving, bigger and the

climate is different. The weather

is completely unpredictable, the

skies are very busy with active

clouds, you can never tell when

the next thunderstorm will be or

when the sun will emerge and it

will be instantly over 35 deg C.

You were out for six days and

14 hours – could you describe a

typical day?

WHITE NIGHTS: Ian Huntsman gets ready to make camp just before midnight on the fourth day.

Huntsman and Wendy Riach only slept for about four hours each night during the Yukon 1000

race in Canada.

The alarm in our tent goes off

at 4am. It’s light outside but cold,

like say 7.30am in Christchurch

at the moment. It takes us an

hour to pack up our sleeping

bags and tent, cook porridge and

hot chocolate, sort out our race

food for 17-18 hours of paddling,

put our paddling gear back on

and launch the kayak. About

20min later we eat porridge

while sitting in the current of

the river. Then it’s continuous

paddling with a few 5min stops

to eat heavy, fatty foods like

salami and cheese. Salami was

eaten in the morning, say about

9am at our most sleepy time

of the day. It has a sharp taste

and keeps you awake. Cheese

was eaten in the mid to late

afternoon to keep paddling

strength up until dinner time.

To be competitive, we had to

paddle each day until between

10pm and 11pm each night. We

found after the first day that we

were too exhausted to cook and

eat properly at 11pm so we made

a decision to stop every night

at around 8pm and go ashore

for 15min to cook dinner. This

was the only time we got out of

the kayak during the 18-hour

days. We boiled enough water

VIEW: Wendy Riach looks out

at the southern end of Lake

Laberge on the first day of

the race.

for our dinner and another hot

drink in the thermos. Once our

dehydrated Backcountry meals

were prepared, we resealed

the foil bags and jumped back

into the kayak. We ate dinner

sitting in the kayak with the

current of the river still taking us

forward. This cooking and eating

method limited the amount

of bear

precautions

we needed

to complete

when we

finally came

ashore at

night. When

we got

ashore, we

bear-proofed

all our

remaining

food and

rubbish,

put up the

tent, tended

to blisters,

trench foot

and chafe

with the first

aid kit, and

then went

to sleep for

between

three hours

Wendy Riach

Ian Huntsman

45min and four hours 15min per

night. It was never dark enough

at night to use a head torch. On

our last night, the sun shone into

our tent at 11.15pm and turned it

into a sauna for a few minutes.

Did you see any other people

during the race?

For the first nine hours, we

were swapping leads with a very

talented canoe called Team

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1609km in six days, 14hrs 55mins

Fire rages, homes at risk

•From page 10

They were following us down a

tricky section called the ‘30 mile’

until they got stuck on a sandbar.

We didn’t see them again until

we welcomed them over the

finish line. We had a great time

catching up at the Yukon River

Camp and later at Fairbanks

with the other crews after they

finished. For the remainder of

the race we did not see anyone,

except for a brief stop at the

Alaskan border village of Eagle.

How were the bears and bugs?

We saw one brown bear

(grizzly) just downstream of

Dawson City early on our fourth

day. The bear was very shy and

was on an island in the river;

he headed back into the forest

when he saw us paddle by. Other

animal highlights included

seeing a lynx, lots of beaver and

many moose with their calves as

well as a rare wolverine on the

last day. The bugs were largely

insignificant, we were up too

early and making camp too late

for them to bother us.

Do you get sore arms/hands –

where did it hurt?

We hadn’t recovered from

racing the Yukon River Quest

three weeks before. This had the

unpleasant effect of our injuries

from the earlier race resurfacing

on days one and two, such as

blisters on our hands. Inflamed

tendon attachments, particularly

in the hamstring area, were a

real problem. We didn’t take any

anti-inflammatory medications

as our previous experience

had proven these to be sleep

inducing. I think over the course

of the race, Ian and I took two

panadol tablets each for pain

relief. We used antiseptic,

antibacterial, anti-fungal creams

and barrier creams to keep

general infections and trench

foot at bay. At times we were in

agony, but we were always able to

change something, like swapping

seat cushions, back rests, or foot

rests to find a way of reducing

or eliminating the cause of the

injury.

We also carried a variety of

OVERNIGHT: Wendy Riach and Ian Huntsman make their last camp 200km from the finish in

Alaska at 11.30pm.

wrist braces which we used when

our arms became fatigued. Ian

also downsized his paddle blade

to protect his wrists.

Were there any ‘OMG!’

moments?

On day five, we spent two

and a half hours paddling with

less than 10m visibility due

to wildfire smoke. There was

very little wind in the river at

that point, we had seen the fire

burning on the banks of the river

but the smoke lay thick on the

water for a lot further than we

anticipated.

It was rather frightening, as

the smoke was thick and acrid

and it seemed to go on forever.

Eventually a strong wind came

up and blew the smoke away and

we popped out the other side.

I think it was compulsory

to stop and sleep for six

hours – would you just pull

up at a likely looking spot

on the riverbank?

We always looked forward to

camping for the night, the sky

would soften to a golden colour,

the air temperature cooled down

a bit and the wind was generally

a bit calmer. It was a great time

of the day. We would choose a

spot (often on a small island)

on sand or gravel at least 10m

distant from any bush from

which a bear might appear.

We checked for animal

tracks and scat as soon as we

got ashore. We didn’t find

fresh bear prints at any of our

campsites and always had a

good night sleep. We didn’t

light any fires and went to sleep

as soon as possible. We had a

roomy lightweight tent that was

completely bug-proof and had

bear-spray cans in the tent with

us as well as wearing bear bells

when on land.

The two of you must get along

pretty well. What’s the secret?

It takes a lot of energy to

win an expedition race such as

this one. We both had really

low points due to injuries

(luckily at different times)

which recurred and sleepiness

as a result of pain. Empathy

and consideration are key

elements coupled with absolute

determination to win. Without

that determination, it would

be too easy to give in to the

pain and discomfort. You also

need almost flawless paddling

technique to keep the paddle

strokes ticking over at maximum

efficiency without irreversibly

damaging tendons and muscles.

How did you celebrate the

win?

We hung out with the race

organisers, Jon and Harry,

at the Dalton Bridge and

welcomed the next three kayaks

and canoes across the finish

line. We all stayed together

and talked for days about our

shared experiences. All are

incredibly talented people

and we have forged strong

friendships through our shared

experiences. I can’t think of a

better way to celebrate.

Can you describe your

preparation?

Planning and preparation

took about nine months. Most

of it was boring stuff such as

booking leave from work, flights,

accommodation, transfers

etc. We hired our kayak many

months in advance and fitted it

out three days before the race

with refurbished seats, footrests

and backrests, most of which we

had brought from New Zealand.

Without our custom fit-out of

the kayak, we simply would not

have been able to finish the race.

We took all our dehydrated

meals from New Zealand as we

believe Backcountry is the best.

We took much more warm gear

this time, as four years ago I

suffered badly from extreme cold

in the later stages of the race.

That didn’t happen this year.

We also packed more calories in

our 18-hour race bags which we

sourced from supermarkets in

the Yukon. We ate about 4000

calories per day each.

I guess all your equipment is

vital but was there any gear you

couldn’t do without?

Inflatable seat pads are the big

winner. The seat pads protect

your hamstrings and without

these we would have been out of

the race on day two.

How did you get into these

long-distance races?

A race called the Wild

Descent, which occurred in 2013

and 2104, it was four days long

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Clutha River in double kayaks

from Wanaka to the Catlins.

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We are team kayakers for a

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Ms Podmore is the ambassador for

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she and the Cholmondeley team took

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The big tsunami of 1868

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One local, Mr Mitchell, even

sensed a small tremor, coming to

the quick conclusion there had

been a small earthquake.

Those working around the port

that morning were also alarmed

by the strange noise, sounding a

bit like thunder.

As they looked to the skies,

they saw nothing but stars and

the air was still and calm. But

then they noticed something

really odd – as the early morning

light broke out against the sky,

nearby ships seemed to be listing

on their sides.

Upon closer inspection, the

harbour was almost empty of

sea, bare earth exposed in some

places.

Alarms were soon raised.

Just half an hour later, an

immense 2.4m wave, sounding

like a rushing wind, came

bowling into Lyttelton Harbour.

It snapped anchors and chains,

tossed boats up in the air and

smashed them into each other.

Boats that were moored to

wharves were torn away and

wrecked against the shores.

The manned steamship

Novelty, which had been at

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quickly as it was being washed

inland.

In a small victory against

mother nature, the steamer

powered against the wave and

managed to avoid damage, apart

from the loss of its anchor.

What was later referred to

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continued on towards the heads

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bottom farming paddocks of

HOT SPOT: Banks Peninsula has been hit by multiple tsunamis over the years. As well as the 1868 tsunami, in 1960 water poured

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Samuel Manson.

Two seaside homes and a 91m

jetty were destroyed, as well as

many sheep being drowned.

Countless types of marine life

were later discovered stranded

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harbour bays.

The Manson family, who had

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those paddocks affected were

useless for years after.

The water continued to fall and

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Other areas of New Zealand

also reported damage, including

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Oamaru, Timaru, Dunedin and

Bluff.

New Zealand wasn’t the only

place in the tsunami path –

Hawaii, Japan and Australia also

felt the brunt.

Ships weighing several tonne

were reported to have been

pushed inland 800m.

Some ships were never seen

again.

In fact, ships that arrived

in Lyttelton Harbour over the

following days fished many items

and parts belonging to those

unfortunate wrecked vessels.

Now referred to as the Arica

Earthquake, it struck an area

that was then a part of Peru

around 9.30pm on August 13

(Peru time), 1868.

It is regarded to have been

between magnitude 8.5 and 9.0

and lasted between 5-10min.

Hundreds of aftershocks

followed in the days after.

DEVASTATION:

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(now part of

Chile) was

laid bare

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subsequent

tsunami.

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Tsunamis on Banks

Peninsula

•There were eight reported

tsunami events on Banks

Peninsula between 1840

and 1982

•The only other area to

report more was Wellington

which had nine.

•The most extensive

earthquake to affect New

Zealand was in 1868, known

as the Arica earthquake.

It brought 2m waves to

Banks Peninsula and killed

one man on the Chatham

Islands.

•The most powerful

earthquake of the 20th

century was magnitude 9.5

which struck off the coast

of Chile on May 22, 1960.

On May 23 and 24, the first

of many tsunamis began to

arrive on the east coast. At

Lyttelton Port the tsunami

came in at 2.7m above the

tide level, damaging boats

and electrical gear.

•A hotel and several

houses were flooded, and

200 sheep drowned.

•In 2016, the magnitude

7.8 Kaikoura earthquake

generated a 1m tsunami in

Lyttelton, but at Little Pigeon

Bay a 3m wave destroyed a

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Storytimes

Wednesday, 10.30-11am, Tuesday,

11-11.30am

Go along to the Lyttelton Library

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Sumner Library on Wednesday,

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This is a free activity with

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Lyttelton Library on Wednesday,

Sumner Library on Friday

Create ’n’ Connect

Thursday, 9.30am-noon

Create ’n’ Connect welcomes

you to create in company. $3 per

session includes a yummy morning

tea and great company. Take

your own creative project or

come and get some inspiration.

Phone Beth for more information

022 678 1252.

St Andrews Anglican Church,

148 Main Rd, Redcliffs

3 Garlands Road, Woolston

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Wed: 10:15am, 1:20pm, 2:20pm, 6:15pm, 8:15pm

Thu, fri: 10:00am, 2:10pm, 6:30pm saT, sun: 2:00pm, 6:30pm

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5pm each Wednesday

Book Discussion Group

Thursday, 11am-12.30pm

For those who love reading

and want to share in discussion

with other book lovers come

along to this friendly book group

which is held on the third Thursday

of the month. It subscribes

to the book discussion scheme

so there is a cost involved. Please

phone 941 7923 to enquire about

availability and cost.

Sumner Library, 37 Nayland St

Babytimes

Friday and Tuesday, 10.30-

11am

Encourage learning through

language. Babytimes is an interactive

programme including

rhymes, songs, stories and play.

This is a free session.

Lyttelton Library on Friday,

Sumner Library on Tuesday

JP Clinic at Matuku Takotako:

Sumner Centre

Saturday, 10am-noon

A justice of the peace will be

available to members of the community,

to witness signatures

and documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations

as well as sign citizenship,

sponsorship or rates rebates applications.

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Lyttelton Museum AGM

Sunday, 2-4pm

Current members and anyone

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and there will be a presentation

on the proposed new museum

building.

Lyttelton Volunteer Fire Station,

London St

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Monday, 7.30-8.30pm

Go along to a belly dance fundamentals

class with Tracey of

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Learn core belly dance moves

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music and culture. Joining

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Every first and

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koha/donation for

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is available from

11.30am and the

movie starts at

noon. No bookings

necessary, but

make sure you are

on time! The film

is High Society

starring Bing Crosby,

Frank Sinatra and

Grace Kelly.

Investor Workshop

Tuesday, 6-7pm

Find out more about investing

in the Collet’s Corner development,

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Markets:

The weekly markets have many

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some healthy food options and

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wander around any of the markets

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weekend.

Lyttelton Farmers Market

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Wednesday August 15 2018

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