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... Sand Beach and exploring around the golf course. We had a banner day on Friday, seeing seven sea turtles on shore and eight in the coves and waters around the beach. On Monday, we discovered a little chapel hidden in the bush by the golf course, marking the home of the first Christian in Hawaii (Henry Opukahaia 1792-1818). I write this blog because it helps me reflect on what we've experienced and remember what we've done when I look back months or years ...
... raring to go. It was a 20 mile or so drive to get there - north on rt 11 and then taking a highway bypass to Pahoa. When we got there, we found that the road to the transfer station was closed. I stopped to buy some postcard stamps at the Pahoa Post office and the postperson said that the viewing spot was indeed now off-limits and she missed seeing the hot lava too.
This was my latest experience after K-Mart of standing in line ...
... Scott and I walked down. We passed smaller yet beautiful cascading falls on our way. The mist was very heavy and at first the falls were barely visible, then suddenly the mist began to dissipate and we were afforded a better view. The falls had a brown stripe down the middle. Our guide explained that the heavy rains of the past few days had churned up the bottom and created the erosion.
We were headed toward Kahlua Falls but the ...
... or in our city's hothouse gardens. I've been to orchid shows in Edmonton and in New Zealand, I've tried my hand at properly photographing them and painting them, but I don't think I've ever seen them in their natural habitat / growing wild. I know there are many different types of orchids, but it was amazing to see so many different kinds all in once place. I might have overdone it with the orchid photos, but they were just so pretty!
Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden
Today we leave the lava fields and Pele, the Goddess of Hawaii’s volcanoes for the Waipi’o Valley, the end of the road on the rainy northeastern side of the Hawaii.
The landscape becomes more lush and explodes as we enter the Hawaii ...