The best thing in life are free

So they say. Not sure about free, but my $20 Kathmandu hammock was definitely money well spent.

Judging by what I’ve seen on tv, online and in the papers, millions of dollars were spent all over the world this past weekend as people watched and took part in motor races, golf tournaments, cricket matches and the like. But none of them had a better time than a man and his dog on a sunny Auckland afternoon. How’s that for return on investment?




ps. In the background of the first and third pics you can see my veggie garden. I have carrots, beans, pumpkins, garlic, sprung onions, leeks, sweetcorn, tomatoes, lettuce, courgettes, mint, basil and cucumbers. You read it first here folks – all the cool kids either have veggie gardens or are insanely jealous of those who do. You know I’m right.

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1 Response to “The best thing in life are free”


  1. 1 Simonne February 11, 2008 at 5:30 pm

    Does that mean you are taking full responsibility for the 300 leeks?

    Hehe.


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