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... Local guys were fishing with VERY long fishing lines. Then onto Green Sand Beach, a beautiful looking beach in the distance. We chose not to hop into a 4x4 owned by squatters to take us there. We were amused by the two roosters who jumped into the open trunk of the car in front of us. The owners had no clue. Then off to bakery for a sandwich in Naalehu and then to Black Sands Beach. Very pretty with ...
I’ve found websites that provide brief versions of Hawaiian history in this valley, but I can’t really find more than a few paragraphs. My imagination is alive and kicking as we walk along the beach; I notice a path along the tree and beach line. While Harvey continues to the end of the beach, I investigate a sighting of a palm tree with boulders ...
... close second was our family and friends and it just happened that we woke up to a lot of emails this morning so we did feel loved. Third is that we feel very fortunate to be doing what we are doing, Russ still pinches me every now and then so I know this is real.
A big THANK YOU to all our family and friends for your love and support.
Enough with the mushy stuff, we woke to another lovely day, with ...
... didn't know. Any way we kept going north to our next stop, Honokaa. Russ read that it was an old town with arty/crafty shops but most of the shops were closed Note to self - "don't go expecting shops to be open on a Sunday in America" (does this sound familiar), I'm not sure if this is organised or not.
We took the road to Waipio Bay another black sand beach and ...
A big day 6.65 miles (10.4 Kms) we walked, no wonder I'm a bit tired, home and just before dark, we don't want to turn into pumpkins.
I have to say thank you to all our brochures for all the information in todays blog.