Wide Eyed Wanderings – Broad Bay, NZ

 

We left Queenstown in the early morning and made our way by auto to the tiny hamlet of Broad Bay, just outside of Dunedin. We took a delightful historic cottage via Air B&B1. Our hosts, Mary and Rick were delightful folks, helpful and charming, kind and respectful of our privacy, we could not have asked for more. Waking up to a front room that is mostly windows with ocean and mountain views was awesome. Continue reading “Wide Eyed Wanderings – Broad Bay, NZ”

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Sunday Serenity Shot – Canyonlands

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Canyonlands National Park, Moab UT

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and take a look around once in a while, you could miss it.” ~Ferris Bueller

Til next time ~Don’t forget to look around ~JPP

Wide Eyed Wanderings — Queenstown Gardens, New Zealand

Queenstown is the Extreme Sports capital of New Zealand, probably of the world. Name an extreme sport and chances are if it’s not readily available, they can arrange it for you. So what do two, non-sports (much less extreme sports) oriented older people do in Queenstown? We’ve taken the bus into “The Remarkables” shopping area, wandered the town’s back streets and lakeside neighborhoods. We’ve walked along the lake and stopped for tea and scones at a wonderful little coffee shop or two. Been revitalized at the Hilton’s wonderful spa. For our final day of wanderings, we set back across Lake Wakatipu to the Queenstown docks and the Queenstown Gardens. Continue reading “Wide Eyed Wanderings — Queenstown Gardens, New Zealand”

Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown, NZ

Today we’re off on the “Million Dollar Cruise” of Lake Wakatipu. Our hotel lies across the lake from Queenstown on the Frankton arm, near where the lakes drains into the Kawarau River. We catch the water taxi at the hotel dock to the Queenstown waterfront. There is no market today and with less crowds there is more time to enjoy the waterfront itself. We linger for a bit enjoying the sites and some found poetry. Continue reading “Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown, NZ”

Prosceiums Friday Follies 2-1


Chapter 2 – episode of Proscenium’s Friday Follies – another round of fun/fascinating/titillating signs and posters. YEAH MAN!

This weeks contribution from me is one I found in the Badlands of South Dakota. It really made me go “now what?” It makes more sense when you know that the second shot is what you see when you look past the sign. Enjoy

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Til next time ~Leave ’em laughin’ when you go ~JPP