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... Hawaii's smallest and most picturesque churches" (really, there's one smaller??). It's been pushed off its foundation twice by heavy wave action. That's me feeling huge standing at the door. The door was locked so we couldn't go inside, but we peeked in the side windows - eight small pews. It has mass every Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m. I imagine this gawd-awful mass time helps keep the congregation small enough to fit in the tiny church. ;-) It has ...
... Jerry, $1800.00 OBO. I told john he should buy it and mount it on his wall and just change the name under it from Jerry to Jon. I promised not to tell! We had a delicious lunch. On the way home we stopped at Aloha Woods where I added to my wood collection by shipping home some nice pieces of Koa, Mango and Banksia wood. Very heavy surf today. Waves are coming over the concrete barrier downtown so no snorkelling ...
... then headed to the airport on the sky train. Got all checked in by 3:30 so grabbed some supper before boarding for the 5:30 departure. Flight over was uneventful, just long! We were sitting in aisle seats behind each other so didn't have much time to chat. By the time I checked in on line to select seats, the only ones together were in the last row of the plane so we decided to sit apart. Dianne read most of the way and I watched 5 episodes of House of Cards, ...
... the entire experience.
We are heading to the Hawaiian National Volcano Park tomorrow to experience Kilauea. The chance to see an active volcano should be something to remember! We are planning on a couple more rounds of golf and trip to Hilo on the east coast. We will update the blog again before heading off to New Zealand on Monday!
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Dave and Cathy
... The price of tours are quite expensive during the period before and after IRONMAN. We tried to book an Island Circle Tour that takes about 12 hours but it was booked out on some days and didn't run on Sundays. Sunday was the day we really wanted to do it. Looks like we will have to make a return visit at some point to see an active volcano up close and personal.
The Hawaiian Volcanoes National Park was the major attraction of this tour. It is World Heritage Listed. ...