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Aotearoa, the Land of Extremes – think these are all different places? Not a
bit! It goes about one, truly unique country – New Zealand. Made of two main
islands North and South, it is like a coin with two different sides, where
strikingly beautiful beaches coexist with severe fiords, open plains get along
with thundery volcanoes and stormy ocean goes together with quiet rivers and
lakes. But for all ...
... they messed up the orders and forgot 1/2 of what we had ordered. They did give us 50% off our bill! but we still told the boys they couldn't pick any more restaurants. Next we headed down to C street for the weekend market and festival. We go every time we come here and enjoy seeing all the different stalls. No one bought anything this year although there was beautiful native art. As we were walking around we noticed ...
On Thursday morning 7/3 (our travel day) we took a Park Ranger nature hike along the very rocky beach of Bartlett Cove where the Glacier Bay Lodge is. While we listened to the whales breathing, Patrick, our ranger, looked for and explained many interesting living things as well as some geological phenomenon.
Late in the day we flew from Gustavus, AK to Juneau, then on to Anchorage. We ...
Friday July 12, 2013
Today we visited Earthquake Park in Anchorage. This is a small park with a steep cliff and bluff overlooking Cooks Inlet and the whole Anchorage area. Several areas of the Anchorage area including the towns of Whittier and Homer have dropped over 5-20 feet when an earthquake struck on Good Friday March 27, 1964 followed by a tzunami that had a water surge of over 27 feet. The downtown area of Anchorage was destroyed with the ...
... items or given money so we could purchase specific items for the kids! Thank you, all of you from the bottom of my heart and from to residents and staff at the Moyo wa Huruma Orphanage Center!
I am meeting Fr. Don tomorrow to get some things he is having me to take to his sister and brother, both of whom live in Tanzania. His brother actually lives in Geita, where we will be staying. It seems that the time has just flown by, ...
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