|These are a little redundant if you followed us on my|
live posts from NZ.
But i thought I ought be more thorough
for the sake of my own fading memories.
Saying Goodbye to Stoneridge Estate
Jim thinks it's so weird that I like to take photos of food. He rarely will be a part of it, but mustered up the love for his new wife to pose with this great Mexican dish.
Even in NZ, we will find Mexican food.
It was pretty frightening in the beginning to drive on the left side of the road. I spent much of the time - certain we were going to take out pieces of a cliff or a florescent post on my passenger side. I eventually just had to stop paying attention. We drove almost the entire south island in two weeks. I took one twenty-minute-shot behind the wheel, and then handed the keys back to Jim.
white knuckle city!
November 11, 2011
T.S.S. Earnslaw to Walter Peak Farm
A tad touristy. But we are in fact, tourists.
Tourists, whom are a little more excited about being aboard T.S.S. Earnslaw than our hooded friend in the row ahead.
I spend most of my time with Jim laughing like this. There are WAY too many photos of me in my lifetime in this exact pose. I'm pretty sure Jim is mocking me here.
Our guide, Old Spice.
These dogs are amazing.
With the zip of a whistle and a hand command he would jump the fence - gather the scattered sheep and herd them into a pen.
Watching this guy lose his coat was a little painful on such a cold, rainy day.
Next stop - a 35 minute plane ride to Milford Sound and a cruise through the sea...
Part II coming soon!