What if it all went horribly wrong?
It was howling a gale outside when Amelia from Radio New Zealand showed up at my door. We immediately headed out for a walk through the paddocks. She had a black box hanging from her side, and she was holding two very large, imposing microphones.
Lucy noticed her purse was missing just as the tsunami warnings came across the kitchen radio. A horrible earthquake in Chile meant we expecting a giant tsunami. We’d planned to go to the coast that day. Should we still go?
It was a hot summer day, and we were at a tiny beach along Palliser Bay, not far from Ngawi. The sky was perfectly blue. It didn’t seem like danger could be that close.