I think everyone needs to go camping, unplug, be social in a real world The walk... Tha bach (cottage, crib) has no electricity or cell signal and no road access. So you either go by boat or walk in at low tide. The view from my tent #camping
Miri fishing off the Pohutukawa tree Snapper for breakfast. Miri didn't catch this BTW Maire cooking her pipi and oysters. Cooking bread. The final result. Real delicious, especially the crust
We traveled our usual migration this year, up the East Coast then on to Northland. Love it. Some images from Tuparoa. Old St Mary's church, and although my grandmother is buried here I have actualy never been inside. Nor had my father who was born and bred here. I guess an interesting fact is all …
My favourite logs are on the move. The taniwha (sea monster) dug herself in against the Spring tide... And the Killer Whale is doing everything it can to get back out.
I've been avoiding the sun. Especially in the middle of the day But sunset? I'm there
A Sperm whale washed up on the beach over night. Pretty sad but even to my untrained eye I could tell it was an old whale and probably didn't get stranded. It died then washed ashore. So not as distressing as the last time when 3 Sperm whales stranded and died over the following few …
Storm (my dog) in his element
It's beautiful this past week. Tropical, hotter than I can remember for this time of year. Had a great, relaxing Christmas. Hope you all do too. This paddle boarder is on to a good thing. So are we! Christmas Day sunset at Paekakariki
There have been a lot of fur seal pups washed up on the beach. It is the time of year that the mum's kick them out of the, um, pool? A lot don't survive. This one looked pretty exhausted but when I retiurned it had made it's way halfway back to the ocean. http://youtu.be/fdX8CTNoX5w The …
I thought I was sitting on a log but it was actually a Dolphin. And amongst the driftwood a Seal was hiding.