It was pretty obvious I had never been to Hobart before.
As I got off the plane, I had no idea what cold meant, until I felt the rain turn into icicles as it hit my skin.
John and Kim picked me up from the airport and took me for a tour of the city and the surrounds. We drove past location after location of the beautiful landscape Hobart is; Mountains, forests, bays and marinas.
I spent the day with John and Kim, which was actually the first time we had met in person, though we did have a few Skype video conversations. After the location scout and rehearsal, we made our way to dinner where I got to meet both John and Kim’s family.
Two big families had come together for John and Kim, from all over Australia.
It was an important few days for everyone.
It was time for catching up, for smiles, for laughs and for tears. It was a time for those long distances to become close. That longing to see someone you love, was being fulfilled.
The morning of John and Kim’s wedding was gorgeous. It had rained for over a month straight, but not this day. The sun was shining and the mountain tops were visible. It was as if this day, was just for them.
So I packed my gear and headed off to see the boys for breakfast.
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