there’s never a better time to make a blog post than whilst sitting at changi airport, once again waiting anxiously to be informed if i’ll get a seat on my this flight…  I guess this draws a close to the best times i’ve ever had in my life thanks to skateboarding, Europe, Maeve + her ever angelic ways and her company on a roadtrip that spanned Czech Rep, Austria, Italy and Germany over 7/8 days and 2000 kms.  Our car was our home and thanks to the glory of Tesco megamarts we lived in luxury for a minimal fee and an even more minimally organised plan… eating, sleeping and enjoying everything from the close proximity of the wagon was a whole lot more enjoyable than i’d expected and i expected a lot.  

I’ve been meaning to post these photos from the flight over since the flight over but the internet has eluded me both in its presence and the presence of more important things!  i’ll post them now and soon i’ll construct something much more respectable and representative of the trip.. 

yeeeah!  before I did this trip i was having a harder time with everything than ever before but now im ready to bring myself more back than i thought was possible during this year of intrigue, thankfully squiggly poo knows how to direct this pigglish lamb in the direction of glory..

there were all taken from the plane (hence some wiggidy distortion)








this is the begining of the dolomites in Italy’s north… definitely the most beautiful landscape i’ve ever been in!  I rate them over the Andes, although i didn’t sample patagonia.. even still, go there.. italy is epic



this photo represents the binds of lamb..  everything I love and want to surround myself is in this picture.. adventure, hills, the act of taking this photo and Maeve.


hopefully i get on this plane! 



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