Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Just peachy in Dunedin

Fresh summer peaches and apricots sitting on our kitchen window sill during our first NZ rainfall. I'm sure the farmers and orchards in Otago are grateful for today's shower (portions of NZ are in drought), but those of us who are only going to get a few weeks of summer this year are a little less than impressed.

We've been in our new house for almost two weeks already, but we just got internet in the last few days. Our furniture is due to arrive in about two weeks, so I'll do some posts about the house after that. I can't wait to share some pics of this incredibly cute - if cold - house.

I think my family is getting a bit eager for pics of Abner, so here are a few from some of our recent adventures in Dunedin. Just realized as I uploaded these, that Abner's back is turned in most of them. Sorry.

Getting her groove on at a free concert at the Botanic Gardens.

Climbing the Duddingstone Steps near our house.

Guess who got in trouble while visiting First Church?

It's still warm enough to get sprayed with the hose in the backyard.

The warmest spot in the house - the sunbeam in the lounge.

1 comment:

  1. Looks like Abbi is loving your new home town. What a beautiful place to explore@:) Thanks for sharing!


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