Over Yonder Bed and Breakfast
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... the submarine group. We were taken out a few miles on a launch and met up with the sub's surface support vessel which looked like a little tug boat. We stood off a short distance and witnessed the sub surfacing.... first appearing as a light blue shape under the water and then as a glistening white vessel when it bobbed to the surface. Then followed a highly efficient boarding process as the sub was sandwiched between ...
The first photos are of Cynthia's daughter and son-in-law, Deborah and Terry. It's one of the rare times I was able to get them together. They both work very ******* landscaping and general chores. I know Cynthia is very appreciative of their work.
The second picture is of the rat door in the kitchen.********Cynthia add here.
The third picture is of the rain coming into the valley. This is called a "Kona" wind because ...
... good shots of that. It was over way too early, I couldn't believe we had finished and travelled the 14-16 miles. It didn't take long at all. When we stopped we loaded our bikes back into the trailer and were taken back to the company. Andrew bought a T-shirt and I'm so glad I talked him into that. He used his card to see if it would work and funnily enough it did so no problems there. Mark brought us back to the ship and we tipped home a $20, he probably ...
... and photos taken straight down through the trees don't show any sign of coastline. The next several miles have some of the best scenery, when we can see it through the rain and fog, which comes and goes. There are various waterfalls and swimming holes the whole way along the route. See red headed, and all-red cardinals at one stop. We pass the turnoff to Ke’anae Peninsular, and can see a long and interesting point jutting out into the grey and choppy sea, ...
... called the Maui Tropical Plantation. We had almost 45 mins to shop before catching a “train” around the farm where the guide pointed out many different crops. She stopped to open a coconut and pour milk from it, but no tastings were given out as there wasn’t enough to share. The train ride took about 45 mins or so and at the end of it, we had a pineapple sampling - really sweet and very nice.
We headed back to ...