Fleet of Foot

While this post may seem to be unrelated to my shoe fetish, it is about the footsteps in our family’s journey around these beautiful islands.

The youngest member of our household regularly participates in wananga (workshops for want of a better translation) learning the traditional art of Taiaha.  Despite their shoeless state, the footwork from our young boys and men is beautiful, light as a feather.  Thanks to Te Tohu o Tu and the men who take the time to teach our boys and young men.

Watch the video on You tube, from a proud mama to one of the participants.

Fleet of Foot

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