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... tried to call a hen at an earlier stop and she came toward me, but we had to get on the bus before she reached me. I hope she and her little ones didn't get run over in the road. One of her babies got lost earlier and started peeping, as if to say, "Mama, where are you?!" I felt kind of sorry for him, but he was adorable. He did make it back to his mama, which was good. Such a cute family of ...
... that included Elizabeth I and II on it.
It had been a fantastic birthday but there was more to come. Our birthdays are never single day affairs. The following day we had a helicopter flight booked to see the island in all its glory. This was to celebrate both our birthdays, with Ness' birthday ...
... snorkeling at Big Beach in Maui. I'm glad we read this after we turned in the equipment. Ironically, Sheila and I snorkeler at Big Beach last month when we were in Maui.
We spent our last evening at the pool. Very refreshing - we are going to miss the pool.
Tomorrow we pack up and head back to the Carolinas.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... did I know at the time, but I would be getting a much more 'up close and personal' view of these mountains the following day (with Kipu Ranch Adventures). Anyway, our flight path this morning was to Jurassic Falls, where one of the iconic scenes from the first Jurassic Park movie was shot. Yes the giant waterfall. From the moment we took off in the helicopter the pilot had recognisable music from various movies (filmed on Kauai) piped through our headphones and also provided commentary; ...
... and we were ready. I was especially happy to learn that our entrance point was an old boat ramp. Easy, right? Um. No.
Cut to us in waist-deep water, weighed down with dive gear and tanks and weights, trying to put on our fins. It was a hard enough task to balance on one leg on shifty rocks to put on a fin without the pulling and pushing action of 3-4 foot swells. It was impossible. I was dragged out and in by the waves and smashed against the rocks. Somehow, we managed to get ...