Salmon Sisters in New Zealand

March 23, 2014 1 Comment

We've been away for awhile! We said a quick goodbye to winter this year and flung ourselves toward summer. New Zealand thrilled us while tramping in the Southern Alps, kayaking through the Milford Sound to the Tasman Sea, and drinking Manuka tea on the rocky seashore. We felt a great affinity for this place, and were surprised by each new way the coastal landscape reminded us of Alaska.  

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Milford Sound

 Cheers to spring, and to the inspiration we gathered from our travels!

 

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Jimmy Copelamd
Jimmy Copelamd

April 22, 2015

I am sitting here with your dad, and I am so proud of you girls.

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