Heading Back up North on the East Coast

I left Queenstown, but not without having eaten 3 Fergburgers before hand.  By my third visit, the girl knew exactly what my order was…I don’t think many people order the gluten free bun!

I visited quite a few art galleries while I was in town–there was an interesting artist Aaron Kerropa, he carves surf boards.  At a first glance the work is symmetrical and upon closer inspection it is interwoven with many different stories and layers all relating to the water, land and conservation of it.

Today I was looking at another artist’s work here in Taupo.  I am learning by watching and hoping to capture a little more of myself and beliefs in my works as well.  I will have to get to work when I get back in order to try some new things out.

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4 Responses to Heading Back up North on the East Coast

  1. Aleksandra Mayers says:

    Mmmmm Fergburgers. The magical burger stand that opens up in the alley, appearing as if from nowhere after a fun night out! I didn’t mention that one to you, thinking you wouldn’t be able to eat them. Sounds like you took full advantage! 🙂

  2. Wendy Clarke says:

    Yep…by the third day they knew…gluten free buns!!! My mouth is watering just thinking about it.

  3. Hi! I’ve been following your blog for some time now and finally got the courage to go ahead and give you a shout out from Lubbock Texas! Just wanted to tell you keep up the great job!

  4. Wendy Clarke says:

    Texas….I have wanted to go there for quite some time. Let me know a little about Lubbock, perhaps this is an area I can visit while I am there. I am hoping to combine Texas with New Mexico….any thoughts?

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