Organic bok choy and Chinese broccoli, meals in a bag.
Art and this guy got into a deep discussion about something in a box of bits.
When we passed through Motueka in May, we stumbled on this same market. Today approaching the display cabinet of The Cheese Lady, Art and I both remembered her. How could you not? She's just lovely. Listen...(trouble viewing click here).
I stopped the video just before she asked where we were from. When we said Chicago she said (in her inimitable voice) "Chicago! Home of the blues--but I adore the blues!" (The Cheese Lady also recommended a beach campsite on Golden Bay, where she grew up and where we're heading next.)
Organic avocados, hard as rocks. They'll ripen on the counter, right? I asked the man selling them. The birds think they're already ripe, said he.
Back in Kaiteriteri, a pair of Datsun 1600s on the beach. Nice day for a ride with the top down.
Or pretty much anything.
We walked over to the secret beach we'd discovered last time (as guided by a blind woman--that still amuses me) to find it unchanged.
Outside cooker on a campervan here
Sitting in the sun is good for the soul. A gin lemon fizz only adds to the party. Cheers!