Pomaika'i "Lucky" Farm B&B
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... are pretty ridiculous. They run every hour or so (some run every two or three). They don't always have determined stops. That can work as an advantage or a disadvantage. In the morning, Erin's was five minutes early, ours was twenty minutes late. And getting home was an ordeal; we had a hard time finding the "right" stop and flagging a bus down. We got it eventually, but boy. I never though I'd appreciate LA public transit.] *** Today's farming activity was ...
... As soon as we arrived in Hale Honu, we just dropped off our luggage and started exploring the area. Little did we know there were mosquitoes waiting for our arrival and they had a feast. We went to Two Steps to watch the sunset. It was beautiful.
... Personally, for me, I felt frustration because the task itself was daunting and difficult. Pruning banana leaves is, frankly, a huge pain in the ass. It's difficult to reach leaves, often when you prune they fall into other leaves and need to be fished out... The list goes on, but I want to keep a positive outlook so I won't belay the point. It's tough, and not my favorite task. ALTHOUGH. That being said, it is almost equally rewarding ...
... taught how to spot them and why we have to remove them. It's a pest control thing... Lots of those about! This place is unlike a typical farm, where you dictate what grows. Instead, it feels more like we're in a tropical wilderness simply *assisting* the growth. Mother Nature isn't gonna take anybody's BS here, that is for sure. The work day ends at 12:30 which is amazing. And you get so much accomplished in that time... Yet there's still an ...
... the rest of us had pants and coats on). Bennett told the guy it may not be a good idea to start a snowball fight with a Canadian. LOL. The temperature was about 15°C at the bottom and warms to 20°+ within a few miles, so not sure how they keep the snow from melting long enough for kids to play in it. ;-) There is a gravel road that continues up to the 13,000 ft summit where the really cool domed telescopes are, but we couldn't see them from the Visitor Center, and the car ...