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Even I broke down and bought a few goodies at this fragrant fruit stand just off the highway.
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Kind of a boring picture, I know, but it was one of those clean, rainy, misty, white days. We were on our way to Queenstown to begin a much-needed spring break trip.
The beautiful Franz-Josef Glacier loomed in the foreground as we approached. We actually ended up hiking up to the higher part of the glacier above where the mountain's shadow begins. You might think it was cold, but as the day wore on, the sun was shining brightly and we only needed our t-shirts for most of the hike.
Even I broke down and bought a few goodies at this fragrant fruit stand just off the highway.
When you look down into a crevasse, you never see the bottom---only unending darkness. These rickety ladders with boards over the rungs and slack rope as handrails did little to settle one's nerves.
When I took this picture just below the Franz-Josef Glacier the day before we hiked it, the weather didn't look to promising. It was cold and dreary. But, thankfully, the Lord blessed us with an incredibly sunny and warm day after a good night's rest.
After a long hike, it was nice to take a break, eat some lunch, and enjoy the view before plodding on.
I derived much enjoyment from this headrest soon after embarking on my three-hour flight from Dunedin, New Zealand to Brisbane, Australia.
Paul took this picture of me as we walked the streets of downtown Dunedin one day. I was thinking of my wonderful sister, Bethany.
While exploring the upper portion of the Franz-Josef Glacier, I was fortunate to get this great shot of an ice tunnel I had just zoomed through before the next person in our group came down.

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Roadside Fruit Stand