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Otherwise you can email me via napierinframe@hotmail.com

Or, if all else fails, look for the excessively tall, ruggedly handsom blogger wandering the streets of Napier!

3 thoughts on “Contact Me

  1. Hi Andrew –

    I was doing a bit of a search on google for people with my same name (Andrew Frame), and I came across your blog. Interesting stuff! I was taken aback by the story about your heart condition in 2016. In October of 2017 I was also diagnosed with Afib but did not have any benign cyst or growth to deal with. Mostly my rapid/irregular heart beat was caused by alcohol and sleep apnea. What you wrote about your experience and what you said about not worrying about leaving your wife and daughter behind was oddly comforting. Throughout my ordeal, and since, I’ve thought continuously about my damn heartbeat, is it ok, is it regular, am I dying… I am so worried to leave my family behind. But like I said, I found what you wrote comforting. They are capable and smart people, they will be OK. I dont know why that helped me, but it did. Anyhow, just wanted to reach out, say thank you, and wish you continued good health. And, you have a great name!

  2. Bud. You’ve given me something to read. Even if I have as much interest of learning about Napier as I do learning the family tree of Donald Trump but I can be high and mighty since the best Bay is 2 hours north of Hawke’s Bay. (Gisborne Represent). But I’ve subscribe to your blog for updates. If I think of anything I would like to know about Napier I;ll holla at you. Also do you cover Hastings, Havelock North, Waipukurau and Wairoa. Also a few questions

    Do you think there is any connection between Pakowhai in Hawke’s Bay and Pakowhai Marae in Gisborne (pronounced Pah-koh-hai)
    Do you all in Hawke’s Bay regard that stony ass beach as a beach? Where’s the sand?
    Why do gang-related court cases for Wairoa end up in Gisborne’s District Court when Wairoa is regarded as Hawke’s Bay?

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