Hanalei Surfboard House
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... non-native species). First the Polynesians around 2-300 AD, then Europeans starting with Captain Cook, and in modern days with either intentional or escaped releases of ornamentals and such. The native flora never had much of a chance, although we must admit that many of the introduced species are a lot more attractive than the "naturally arriving" plants. But the Limahuli staff are dedicated and are restoring a ...
... 5 miles in the beginning, we must have descended because it felt like we were going nonstop uphill/uprock. The sun was baking us, dehydration officially set in, and as I was thinking my lungs were about to collapse from lack of oxygen, Melissa now started getting nauseous. We take sips from the water and attempt to find shade to take breathers but you can only rest for less than a minute because the ants were so bad on that part that you had to ...
... in, we got settled and headed down to the poolside for some lunch and a swim. We were hoping to snorkel a little here but with the storm yesterday, the water was a bit to murky. Tomorrow holds more adventure. Back down to the south shore for our Captain Andy's snorkel sail adventure. Should be ...
... ugh (a week later and it's still trying to heal).
Last week was spring break for the keiki in Hawaii. I went and helped Cali, the project leader for the Kaua'i Forest Birds Recovery Project (KFBRP), with doing a couple informative projects for some 7th/8th graders. The purpose was to help them better understand their local Kaua'i bird facts and history, and the ways that Cali and her team are helping the birds here on Kaua'i. It went well the first day, but we had ...
... able to rock an amazing rendition of Three 6 Mafia's, "Stay Fly." I'm sure most of my audience has never heard of that song...don't worry you aren't missing anything, but it was fun to sing regardless. We all ended up drinking a bunch of beers and singing a bunch of songs before calling it a night. What a fabulous final full day though, great waves, more time with an old friend, new friends, beers, karaoke, and one more night with the boys. Another day to remember!!!!