From my few days parked at Vinegar Hill it was only
a short drive to Wellington. I left early as I wasn't sure
how long it would take me or how often I would want to
stop for coffee and how much traffic there would be...
You know how it is! I was booked in the 1pm ferry to
Picton. I have been on the ferry many times but not
with a vehicle of this size. but it turned out to be a
piece of cake - or if you're not familiar with that saying...
It was easy. Here I am parked in the queue... I was also a bit anxious about my leg with stairs and difficult places but that was all ok too... A lift, a cafe and comfortable seats made for a pleasant journey.
1961 J4. Recently bought in Invercargill, it is the
5th Bedford Kaye has owned since 1974.
A little vardo is towed behind...
This is Kaye and Chris... Two more members
of the Gypsy Fair.They are travellers who love life on the road... Work hard and sell their wares at the Fair. This is their 1st season with the fair. Previously they spent 12 years selling their art in galleries. As you can see Chris can only just... Or not quite, stand up in their bus. They are in the process of doing up the inside and plan to pop the top to increase the head height. Kaye loves retro and autumn colours and you can see her influence in her clothes and the developing decor in the bus.