Gore Bay and Kaikoura

The Saturday that Gayle’s aunt and uncle were here, he took them and our children, and a couple of other visitors, out to Gore Bay. I stayed home to work on food for the weekend, so these are the pictures someone else took. Apparently, Little Miss has gotten past her fear of the sea!62-IMG_0860

They walked around to Port Robinson, and found some unusual things. This was a dead octopus they found washed up.


A live sea urchin!


Two elephant slugs.


Including our family, we had 25 people on Sunday and Monday morning! This was when we had the conference at which Gayle’s uncle spoke. I took this picture Sunday morning just before breakfast.


On our way to church, we stopped at a place from which you can see the Kaikoura Peninsula and the coast for a long ways around. We were treated to a closeup look at this bellbird, who was helping himself to nectar from this kowhai tree.


After church, some of the party walked over the Kaikoura Peninsula. I went home to cook tea, but my photographer stayed to walk!


That was a really good weekend. It was a lot of work to feed so many people, but so worth while.


About NZ Filbruns

A home-school family living in New Zealand, with a desire to share what Christ has done for us.
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