Kia ora koutou! My name is Kate Souness. I’m from a little town called Nelson at the top of Te Wai Pounamu on the South Island. And I’ve come aboard Hōkūleʻa to crew from Wellington down to Golden Bay up to Napier to Gisborne, and now we’re on our way to Tauranga. We left Gisborne last night in a small weather window opportunity so that we could get good weather coming around east cape, and we are just coming around east cape now. It was forcast for twenty-five to thirty knot winds and as you can see, it’s a beautiful day today. We’ve been successful in having the right opportunity to get this great weather. In Gisborne, we did a lot of education outreach there. One of the schools that we went to was a school in Whangara, and we were welcomed into a marae there where Whale Rider was filmed. Kālepa Baybayan delivered an education outreach there, on the star compass and that was received really well by the community and by the students and teachers at Whangara. We have been able to give education tours on board Hōkūleʻa in Gisborne, and we were able to visit a community um through the north of Gisborne called Tolaga Bay, and we exchanged ideas about mālama honua, water safety, education of our rangatahi, our young people, and also we exchanged ideas about navigation. Now we are on our way to Tauranga, and we are going to be hosted by Jack Thatcher there. And there, we expect to do more education outreach. Thank you very much for following us on Hokulea.com. Kia ora koutou!