Monthly Archives: November 2008

The Princess Track

We first heard of the Queen Charlotte Track at an REI event featuring Peter Potterfield, a photographer who was sharing about his time tramping in New Zealand. We both remember seeing this hike and thinking it would be out of … Continue reading

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Your Comments

We have found that blogging is a fun way to stay connected with family and friends back home, but we have discovered that it does take a lot of our internet time. We have received comments from many of you … Continue reading

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What Seems To Be The Problem, Officer?

NZ Police Have Nice, New, Shiny Cars There is a story that goes way back where the comment, “What seems to be the problem officer?” was used when I (John) was pulled over. If you don’t know this story I … Continue reading

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More From Christchurch

There are some photos we have recently uploaded from our time in Christchurch that didn’t make it into our Christchurch post, including the Ziljan-wheeled bikes. They are below for your viewing enjoyment. We’ll also be uploading a bunch of pictures to … Continue reading

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Moving Down South

Our time on the North Island came to an end and we found ourselves on a plane flying down to Christchurch. It was a little bit weird and had a hint of farewell as if we were leaving one country … Continue reading

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He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands

Out of the five offers we have been extended in New Zealand to stay with recent acquaintances at their homes, we have so far only taken up one on their gracious hospitality. We were incredibly fortunate to have the chance … Continue reading

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The Little Turkish Cafe

There is some debate between Erin and I about what attracted us to The Little Turkish Cafe. I would say it was the neon lights and she would say the line out the door. Either way, this was a great … Continue reading

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