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PostSubject: More from Hawaii   Sun Oct 31, 2010 2:18 pm

This began in the introduction section under (return to TW forum)
I live in Hawi at the northern point of the Big Island, nothing but water north of me till you reach Dutch Harbor Alaska.
This is a pictorial some of my local area. Yes it has TW content in some of the pictures where my poodle bike sneaks in front of the camera.

I will start with a couple of wahines who work the coffee kiosk where I get my ration of steamed eggs and kona coffee in the morning.

The road only goes about 8 miles east of town then ends here, overlooking tis beautiful secluded beach.
Very careful examination may reveal a lone surfer.

This is the beginning of a precipitous trail down to the beach a quarter of a mile below. With my slow advancing leg paralisis I dare not take the trail. If I am ever to visit this beach , I will have to come in from the sea by kayak.

looking up the canyon the lower end of which forms this beach.

keokea beach, just a little closer to town, from here I could kayak about a mile to the beach above.

Myself and the poodel bike at keokea

The pleasant Kama aina who used my camera to take the last photo.

These obscene looking things dropped from the tree behind me. Tey are actually a sort of edible fruit that I have seen for sale at the farmers market here. I shall try to eat them.

Speaking of edibles, this is a bread fruit tree alongside the road on the way home.

Home at last. Note the skyline of the Hawi Hale, the former bawdy house shown in the beginning thread.


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PostSubject: Maui freak    Mon Nov 14, 2011 2:45 pm

Nice to see other T Dub people on the islands...... We be MAUI freaks but no bikes there yet...

Will be on the Big Island at the end of April and May for a visit...

Nice picture taker you have there...... Rich Rose

Remeber, A kick in the ass is a step forward!!!!
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