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When I first told Josh that we were going to New Zealand for a month, he thought I was joking. I started researching and planning over a year ago. We suffered through a long winter and through temperatures colder than the surface of Mars (Kiwis loved this when we would tell them) ...
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At 10am we were picked up to be taken to the Polar Rovers (Tundra Buggies) for a day looking for polar bears on land. These are large 6 wheel contraptions each wheel is 2.5m diameter so it high off ...
... got a waffle cone - very good!
Now we're back at the room, getting ready to eat the quart of egg drop soup we brought home from the Chinese restaurant last night.
The weather has been delightfully cool, but at every parking lot, we see electrical outlets so people can keep their engine blocks warm in winter! That sounds too cold here in winter for me!
Tomorrow we head for Regina, Saskatchewan.
... too bad. Proceeded through a long customs line. Then we stopped to have a bite to eat at the Canucks bar and grill. They were only serving breakfast as it was only 9:00.
Boarded flight to Santa Ana on time and got away quickly. Once we arrived at Santa Ana, we quickly gathered our stuff and grabbed a cab to go to our hotel. We landed around 2 pm and were in the cab at 2:30 when there was a 4.1 earthquake. We didn't feel it. We got checked into our hotel ...
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