Gold country

Gold country. That’s what they call Central Otago. A nickname left over from many years ago, when there were nuggets to be found and fortunes to be made. But that’s not why I call it Gold Country.  April is when the real gold arrives. It’s all around and unfolds across the land like motley tapestryContinue reading “Gold country”

A campground promenade

I like to wander through campgrounds in the dark. When no one else is awake and I have only the stars for company.   While I walk, a light breeze often moves across the place, stirring the grass and rustling tents. I can see big tents and small ones. Some are brand new, while others areContinue reading “A campground promenade”