The Little Luxuries of Not Living in Antarctica (in photos)

Hello!  We have finally made it to Kathmandu and are setting off on our trek to Everest Base Camp early tomorrow morning.  We will be back in two weeks with stories and photos from our trek, but in the meantime here are some more photos from our heavenly stay in New Zealand, and we have another post on Kathmandu scheduled for a week from now.  Stay tuned!


One of the few homes up at Arthur's Pass.

Fog and rain roll through the mountains.

Encounters with kitties are one of my favorite parts of off-ice life.

Driving through the glorious, rainy mountains.

During a pit stop on our way back to Christchurch, Kevin explores the fascinating rocks of Castle Hill.


The limestone pillars of Castle Hill in the Southern Alps.

The tide coming in on the East Coast of New Zealand.

James watching a far off storm.

Frolicking along the Peninsula Track near Kaikoura.

The Devil's Punchbowl - near Arthur's Pass in the Southern Alps.


2 thoughts on “The Little Luxuries of Not Living in Antarctica (in photos)

  1. You are so blessed to be “living” your life and traveling while you do…thank you so much for the glorious photos…places most of us will never visit – only through you. Thanks to both of you…Aunt D 😉

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