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... good 6-7 hours. What a beautiful place to ride a bike.
Now they need to run 26.2 miles adding another 5 (at the very least) hours to the last leg of the race. I read on the internet it takes about 12 hours to complete a full triathlon but the winner this year did it in 8 hours 14 minutes. YOWZER,,, Guess that's why he's the world champion.
... day, cleaning what didn't get cleaned or was left to clean because Wednesday Sept 24th........ is...... the......
Arrival Day. 70+ people arrive at Kona International Airport beginning early morning and I think the last pick up is around 10pm..... Oh My, 70 new faces from Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Netherlands, China, South Korea, Canada, Germany and Switzerland. Oh and 12 from the USA too. I love welcoming these young people to YWAM and ...
... for ONE), I like these things (Right Marian?) and in and of themselves I don't think they a bad thing nor are we neglecting others by spending quiet time with the Lord and getting away from the hustle and bustle of the world that can overwhelm us... BUT when I cluster them for weeks on end then I think there is a problem.
Pastor Danny challenged us to call, physically talk not text, 2 people this week and see how they are doing. I immediately ...
... after dark. No lights along the road & lots of wildlife. Took us a little bit longer to get back to Waikoloa but worth the stops for all the views. I can't imagine what "the views" would have been if not raining/cloudy.
I hope you are enjoying the pictures and the blog. I am not very good at this but enjoy sharing our fun with you. Nothing "planned" for tomorrow but I am sure we will come up with something ...
... Honuhokau. It's supposed to be old time Hawaiian with the little shops in the houses from long ago. When we arrived we discovered we had already driven it via Kealahou but it was nice to stop this time and poke around. While there we went thru a ukulele place. What a cool place - grinders, Koa wood (native to here), One can build their own ukulele in a 10 day course. Somehow the convo got to that Harry was an engineer and the iron ...