It's been a while since I've written a blog post...apologies, but lucky for us we've been in a holiday bubble over the last few weeks with some well earned travel both with and without kids.
We recently returned from a ski holiday in Wanaka, New Zealand - a sublime place that means so much to me and got under my skin many moons ago. I guess it's one of my very happy places - where I get to pursue my passion of skiing and feel utterly content being in the mountains. The biggest kick is now seeing my sons also get the ski bug. We realise we have created an expensive monster.
Here are some photos from our trip to this special part of the world. Next post, I promise to write about something slightly intellectual - even if it's on the topic of sustainable ski resorts or making a ski change...
Looking back towards Wanaka and down the Cardrona Valley from Cardrona Ski Resort
Driving up towards the Crown Range from Queenstown
Dusting of snow - Wanaka
Descending the Crown Range - Queenstown in the distance
Driving down from Cardrona - Land of the long white cloud
After a storm - driving up to Cardrona Ski Resort
Early morning. Wanaka.