• No. 31

drift
verb
To be carried slowly by a current of air or water.

Some people run for the exercise. We ran from nothing and toward nothing. Purely for the sensation of movement. And because walking couldn’t contain our excitement. To feel our legs churn and our hearts beat in our ears.

Our trip began on Leap Year and ended on April Fools Day.

It was a March madness of the Kerouac variety.

We were going to see it all. Put our feet and hands on it.

Thirty days to swim and kick and fly our way across the two islands that make up a country,

New Zealand.