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... convertible and drove to Hanapepe, a small art village on the southern coast. Every Friday they have an art walk where the galleries all stay open till 9pm and Main Street fills up with food and craft vendors and strolling art lovers. We were also there to see a favorite artist of ours, Camille Fontaine. Mom met Camille at Edisto Beach in the early '90's and sponsored an art show for her in Sumter where ...
... Rita and I had a walk down to the St Regis. We took a few photos from the balcony on the 9th floor and saw a magnificent double rainbow. Thankfully the band of rain hugged the mountains and didn't touch us. We got to the top of the beach walk just in time for another lovely sunset. Again, the evening was spent catching up, talking about Elvis and drinking malibu.
“If you don’t run fast, your life won’t last, and she’ll cook ya ‘til you’re done.”
“Jump, jump, jump, ya gotta get over that hump.”
“If you don’t jump high, and hit the sky, you’ll end up with a lump.”
After several more verses, we buckle over in uncontrollable laughter.
“This is too funny!” ...
... sea turtles out by the Horn but they are a bugger to photograph. I took about six pics but it just looks like the ocean. They always seem to submerge when the camera is on them.
Heading back to the North Shore, it was still drizzling. I thought about going for a walk and doing the 500 steps up from Pu'u Poa and then walking around the Makai Golf Course but the rain started in earnest again. Instead, I have myself a facial to try and combat what may ...
... a 4 mile walk from Hanalei Pier at Black Pot to Pine Trees and back. I walked at the waters edge the whole way which was easy in parts, but in others where the sand was less packed, it was like walking through knee deep snow (but nicer). Bet my legs will ache tomorrow, but at least all the hard skin had gone now! No sign of any surf surge yet. The biggest waves at the centre of the bay were only about a foot high.
Having had a breakfast of granola and mango and peach ...