Now here’s another blast from the past post, I’m sorry. Frantically trying to catch up with the months. Pretend it’s late March and summer is drawing to a close.
Half a year after climbing over the Haast pass to dive into mild climates, spring, summer and beachiness, we’re heading over to the NI. Hard to believe that the first leg of our travels is coming to an end.
We’re in Nelson for the last two weeks. My days pretty much consist of playing on the beach, and a little work. Luckily, Otis and Elliott are enjoying this mode of getting through the day as much as I do.
I have a sneaking suspicion that our long warm summer is coming to an end. We are going up to Wellington after all, and it’s officially the first day of autumn. The seasonal change marks our leaving the South Island and closing the first chapter of our time in the bus. Only another year! Oh no, what will we do?