By CBSBoston.com Staff

(CBS) — Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is wrapping up his time as ambassador to New Zealand by rocking out before his return to the United States.

Brown on Thursday shared a Facebook photo of himself playing the electric guitar in front of a giant American flag, saying it was his “last day of official work” in the country “and then my band had our final kickass gig.”

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New Zealand is one of the few countries where life is largely back to normal following a strict lockdown to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

“Looking forward to leaving this amazing Summer sunny weather and coming back to over a foot of Winter snow,” Brown wrote, referring to the nor’easter that slammed the region Thursday. “No, really I am.”

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Brown said he’s looking forward to being back home with his family.

The former senator is set to become the next president and dean of New England Law Boston. WBZ-TV reported last year that some students were not happy about the news because of Brown’s support for President Donald Trump.

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Brown told WBZ political analyst Jon Keller in May that he has a five-year commitment with the school and running for elected office again is “far from my mind.”

CBSBoston.com Staff