Juggling

Good morning! Good morning!  There’s going to be an amazing full moon and eclipse tonight. It also happens to be closest to the earth as it orbits around it’s little orbit path. Perhaps that’s why I feel like I’m juggling and running a marathon and standing still at the same time. Brain tide being affected … Continue reading Juggling

ALOHA!

What does that word mean, exactly?  Here’s an explanation copied from a worthwhile article written by Curby Rule ( http://www.huna.org/html/deeper.html ) alo, 1. sharing 2. in the present oha, joyous affection, joy ha, life energy, life, breath Using Hawaiian language grammatical rules, we will translate this literally as “The joyful sharing of life energy in the … Continue reading ALOHA!

Encounters

Yesterday, we found a stunning little beach at Puako. It’s not a swimming beach this time of year. The water’s pretty swirly. But it’s a perfect beach to enjoy the honu (green sea turtles,) the sun and salty breezes. After spending time watching several honu going about their honu tasks, we stopped by the little … Continue reading Encounters

A Perfect Day

How do you describe a perfect day?  For one thing, you don’t take many pictures because you are too busy absorbing it all. Sorry about that. The perfect day began with  a snorkel trip over to the Captain Cook monument in Kealakekua Bay. Here’s the monument. Eight years ago, you could just rent a kayak and paddle over, snorkel … Continue reading A Perfect Day

Two-Step

Near the Place of Refuge south of Kona is a popular diving and snorkling spot called Two-Step. And it is a beautiful place to go. The water is warm and crystal clear. The fish are being fish, munching on the coral or cleaning turtles. And the water is that blue blue color I can’t seem … Continue reading Two-Step