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Endless Summer, Living in New Zealand.

We went from summer to fall in the US and then to spring and summer in New Zealand. Now we are setting in for our first winter in more than 12 months.

Photo by Charles Black and courtesy of Chuck Black Photography

A “weather bomb,” “slips,” COVID, starting school in a new country and different educational system, hospital staffing shortage, and more have meant…

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Charles Black M.D.

Charles Black M.D.

Dr. Charles Black is a general surgeon, author, photographer, outdoorsman, world traveler and fireside philosopher. Website:https://chuckbphilosophy.com

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