The Pencarrow girls are named for the dramatic headland jutting into the Cook Strait at the entrance to Wellington Harbour. It is synonymous with extreme exposure to wind and elements funnelling through the Strait.
Imagine what it is like to stand atop the Pencarrow Head in a howling gale being buffeted by wind, hair flicking around the face and clothing flapping like a flag.
You know that these girls can handle the buffeting effects of life with courage and confidence, even enjoyment, and will survive the dramas they will face.
Posted: Tuesday 14 November 2017