Kona Sugar Shack
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... for my reaction; just one of those fluke things. I'm on Benadryl and steroids, and already feeling a ton better. *** Today we did a few necessary things in town like get my prescription filled and go grocery shopping while we still had the rental car. We brought our fellow woofer, Erin, too. She's very easy going and down to earth so we all get along well. We outfitted ourselves with a few Hawaiian style clothing items at some thrift stores in town! ...
... Too bad, this is interesting stuff so read on), because his parishioners were mostly illiterate, he painted biblical teachings on the walls of the church, and bases his sermons on them. So they're all your typical religious messages about faith and good works etc and they've all lasted very well because he used house paint except the painting he did on HELL. That one has changed and morphed over the years. They've had all sorts of scientists look at it and analyse it ...
... which originally circled the Kilauea Volcano, but for a number of years a large part of it has been blocked off by lava flows. In one direction, we got as far as the Jaggar Museum where we obtained good views of the caldera and the currently venting crater which was discharging a plume of smoke. On the way there we also passed a series of steam vents. In the other direction along Crater Rim Drive, ...
... no matter dry or wet - it is the same black.Amazing views and addition to this - there were several rare Hawaiian green sea turtles in the beach! I was so HAPPY to see them! Next stop - one of our must see - rare green sand beach, actually it seems to be the only one in the world! In forums I got everything to take a walk down there, but due to shortage of time we decided to to take a ride - shuttle, provided by locals. And here the adventure ...
... the Discovery Channel show "Dirty Jobs". It's a pretty interesting and entertaining episode if you get a chance to watch it. Brie - lots of composting involved; I think you'd be interested. ;-) Here's the link: http://www.mountainthunder.com/dirtyjob s.php On Sa***************ed north to Waimea, to their Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival. The drive there was pretty incredible - some beautiful views of the valley and the coastline. But the highway also ...