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... he was having some fun! We went thru some creeks, roots, hills and curvy trails and lived to talk about it! Only time he really scared me was when he was going so fast I thought he was going to hit the guy on a single ATV in front of us! At one stop, Jerry even swung on the rope Indiana Jones swung on in original movie to get to get onto sea plane. He did not let go and jump into water though! We hit the jackpot on ...
... http://www.mosesart.org/index.php. Mo is such an amazing person and an inspiration to me. Life isn't over till it's ultimately over!! I spent the rest of the day wandering around and exploring the different beaches that the North Shore has to offer.
The next day, I ventured out again, solo, and it was an another amazing day :):) I went far West to explore the Waimea Canyon. I drove to the top of the canyon and went for a nice hike along the ridge along the top. ...
... me to pronounce all these names; they are not what it looks like! The Hawaii language only has 12 letters in their alphabet and they do not sound like ours. Pe-Pe is pronounced “Pay-Pay”. Even Donna & Richard Fujie is not pronounced like I thought…it is Fuji (then long a).
OK, we went to watch the Spouting Horn that was to shoot water 50 feet into the air while emitting a loud groan. ...
... boys for making it a great day, gave them a tip, and made our way back to the hotel. We had worked up a fair appetite by this point and Hannah had decided she wanted some real food tonight so we decided on Keoki's Paradise http://www.keokisparadise.com/ in the Poipu Shopping Village up the road which we figured would be good for a steak. We had a quick check of the sunset and made our way there taking about 3 ...
... Ken had an amazing Thai lobster bisque, while I had a salad that was equally good. Service was wonderful by a young lady named Nahea'lani Peacock, who looked like she was from the mid-west, but was a native Hawaiian. The walk back was in the dark and my sense of direction went off-kilter, but Ken's was spot on, so we made it back without getting lost in the wilds of Kauai.
Last note of the day. During our hike yesterday ...