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... about 4:00pm.
On our way back to Kahana, we stopped at a Hawaiian BBQ joint for dinner at the Maalaea Harbor. When we finished, we headed back to Katana. Unfortunately, there was an accident on the only road there. It took about an hour and a half for a 20 minute drive. We got back to the condo at 10pm. Time enough for a glass of wine and then crashed for the night.
Chuck and Sheila Noel.
... freely over part of the road this time of year, and we did come around one hairpin turn to see a cow on the shoulder. There wasn't much traffic on the way up, we could see one car ahead of us. We got to the summit with about an hour to kill, they have small sheltered observatory, nice to get a break fro, the wind. It was cold - near freezing - and I was glad I had my Haag, scarf, gloves and we had brought some, blankets from the condo. ...
... we were hungry and learned that the mountain starts having flash flooding and falling rocks at times like this so it would be better if we found something near our resort. We found a food truck on the side of the road near Hana and stopped for lunch. We then stopped at the General Store again for beer since we now needed to figure out how to entertain ourselves. Our resort is near the ocean so after a few beers we ventured down to check it out. The waves are now ...
... the shore, finding views across the water to Molokai, and along the shore to a boat harbour. We take photos of a massive double-canoe project, with fibreglass hulls 50 feet long, a deck bound to the hulls with multiple strands of synthetic rope, not coconut fibre, seats and shelters, and a massive laminated steering paddle. Interesting combination of modern and traditional, looks like it should sail OK when they get it rigged and launched.
We walk back ...
... Iceland Air the next morning for a long flight that will take us over Canada and Greenland. Everyone I have spoken to that has been to Iceland has absolutely loved it. I am traveling with my Maui friend, Lynn, who is the consummate world traveler. So for now, Bon Voyage and A Hui Hou.
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