I was in the Nissan Pathfinder, i-Pod plugged in, listening to some vintage rock and roll, minding my own business and trying to work out how many times I had driven this route in the past two years when I saw this sight - almost an apparition really.
This is unpleasant, but someone's gotta say it! There's a growing wave of resentment from a lot of well-meaning people directed at freedom camping.
Courtesy of Lindsey Dawson.The web started out as a realm for geeks. The content was all ...
I'm having such fun online with a cool tool you can find at www.animoto.com All you do is gather some pictures and brief video clips, add some text, choose a background theme, pick some music, arrange it all in the order you want, and send it to Animoto.
The question I haven't heard asked is whether Paul increasingly lost the plot, culminating in the now infamous Governor General remark, or whether his increasingly outrageous behaviour was a coldly calculated plan to earn him headlines?
I have just spent a week - or should that be weak? - on the road, keeping pretty exalted company.
The blogosphere is the hot place to be. So who's running it? Nobody. Which is its blessing and its curse.
Last month motoring writer Donn Anderson and I drove two small cars from Auckland to Bluff and return.
I was a bit premature in my last column when I claimed that I was now resident in Oamaru. I am, in fact, partly resident. Work on my two magazines is keeping me chained to Auckland longer than I had thought and I'm only in Oamaru maybe 2 weeks each month.
Courtesy of Lindsey Dawson. As Father’s Day has rolled round this year I’ve thought not so ...