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2019 - What I’m Reading: Farewell to Manzanar – 38 and END in a series – “…a whole Manzanar mentality I had lived with for twenty-five years….”
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2018 - Prima Colazione (Breakfast) in Milano via Instagram
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Also from 2017 - Kupe Sculpture at Wellington Harbor via Instagram
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New Zealand Trip – August 27, 2017 (Day 4) – Dunedin Architecture, Scenic Harbor and Little Blue Penguins!

September 7th, 2017

New Zealand Trip – August 27, 2017 (Day 4) – Dunedin Architecture, Scenic Harbor and Little Blue Penguins!

Photos from our recent (August 2017) vacation to New Zealand with stops in Wellington and Dunedin.

We tour Dunedin on foot, shoot some architecture, drive along scene Otago Harbor and see Little Blue Penguins in the wild!

Little Blue Penguin  Eudyptula minor  Korora  Maori Royal Albatross Centre Dunedin New Zealand  4

Otago Harbor Dunedin New Zealand  10

St Paul s Cathedral Dunedin New Zealand  5

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