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... it was so so cold. I thought I went prepared with enough layers but I really needed gloves and a beanie and a blanket lol wow I never thought I would be warm ever again, was it worth it? OMG YES!!!!!!! What a beautiful experience and perfect sunrise we had, got lots of photos and the place was packed by the time sun came up maybe 600 plus people, we went up to the top after sun rose where the observertory was and boom ...
... over the blowhole."
Shane and I left his home in Kihei, Maui for a scenic drive along the Pacific Ocean and then for a hike into the mountains. He tells me there are NO snakes on the island at all. At least that is what he has been told. Also, no racoons. There is an overabundance of deer, though, and the season is open on them all year long. Also, no hunting license is required to hunt them.
Our route took us through the little jewel of a town ...
... As we neared the end of the scenic drive we saw the Wailuku Banyan Tree. This was our first Banyan tree we've seen in Hawaii and it was awesome! I love how the branches grow into the ground making more "trunks". The entire canopy, although huge, comes from just the one single tree. It's fascinating to see banyan trees! We stopped for a few pictures and then continued on.
After many more miles of beautiful scenery, we intersected with ...
Today we decided to have an easy day and it turned out quite that way. In the morning we walked to a nearby shopping area in Kihei to get some breakfast. I got a green, freshly made juice and cashew carrot wrap from Rodeo General South while Vlad opted for a local specialty locomoco from Kihei Caffe. We ate our breakfast outside at the cafe, sipping coffee and enjoying the beautiful morning.
Upon our return to the apartment ...
... i just shortly after they had a baby. He was 43, she was 40, the kiddo was 4. We shared some of the same ideas about having kids at this point in your life. He had a huge scar down the center of his chest. Wonder what that was all about. The other family was just a mom and her 3 year old son. They lived in Kula. She worked at the hospital as a nurse. She was from North Carolina, but met her husband who was from Hawai'i. They both sung the praises ...
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