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... than expected! After that we came back and watched some extreme cheapskates which is a great show and I'm pleased I'm not that bad!! Tomorrow we fly to Honolulu. It's been such a great time on the big island, and it is a lot bigger than I expected! So so beautiful and so many fantastic experiences. We look forward to the next adventures though! ...
Of all the things Holy Spirit has been revealing to me in the past couple days one I am going to camp on is this. I am responsible before God for my family. I will pray for them and intercede as led. I will storm the gates of heaven for them and stand in the gap where they are being harmed. I will take this seriously and keep on praying, at all times, in the spirit for them.
Bless you all for sticking it out with me. I love you ...
... 30 degrees C most days, and didn't drop below 22 at night. Other than our trips to the volcanos and the Hilo-side, where elevation and daily rain keep things cooler and more humid, we were in shorts and sandals throughout! Nice....!!
Douglas was able to tick off one of his 'bucket-list' wishes when we stood on the very top of the highest mountain in the world, Mauna Kea, 13,789' of it ...
... fresh papaya , pineapple, omelette and macadamia nut waffles we walked down to the waterfall and then set off for punalu'u beach where we were thrilled to find some basking green turtles. Then on to Na'alehu the southernmost town in the USA where we managed to find room for iced coffee and pineapple and peach turnover.on then to South Point (ka lea) the southernmost point in the USA where it is believed the Polynesians first landed. there were plenty of people ...
Then off to Pu’uhonua o Honaunau Nat’l Historical Park. So much lava from the volcano is evidenced on this side of the island. The roads were dug through the lava flow. The park was a place of refuge for many who might have been killed by the government centuries ago. Yes, all lava and water.
We begin the 5 day trip home tomorrow. :-(