Variety Days

Wednesday September 30, shopping day, Best Buy, Home Depot, Costco, Hardware store, West Marine, diner outside at Tropics, baked banana bread with sourdough starter. After I think I’ve perfected a banana bread recipe, I tried a new one using sourdough starter, oh boy not sure which one is better! With sourdough starterMy modified recipe Sunset … Continue reading Variety Days

Leis to Lambs

Tuesday September 22, boat project morning. Dan went up to the top of the mast to rethread the halyard for the code 65 sail that broke. After lunch, we went to the beach! Pizza for dinner, local establishment not homemade. Waikiki Beach Wednesday September 23, laundry day. Sculpture in front of the Hilton Hawaiian Village … Continue reading Leis to Lambs

Cruising Around

Tuesday September 15, we left Lahaina Marina just after noon, headed towards Molokini Shoal Marine Life Conservation District to do some snorkeling. Molokini is a crescent-shaped, partially submerged volcanic crater, and is an underwater sanctuary. Located 7.5 miles off the coast of Maui, it is half-mile wide and rises 160 feet above sea level. During … Continue reading Cruising Around

Craters to Graves

Saturday September 12, Haleakalā National Park, an International Biosphere Reserve that supports native ecosystems in a volcanic landscape. The Observatory The Park Service incorporates Native Hawaiian guidelines and knowledge of cultural resources, using traditional and modern methods for the preservation of natural resources. The Summit District, the main feature is the crater. It is 6.99 … Continue reading Craters to Graves


Wednesday September 9, Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands. Major industry is tourism, primary agricultural products are corn ,seeds, coffee, macadamia nuts, papaya, flowers and fresh pineapple. Haleakalā is 10,023ft high dormant volcano, last erupted over 500 years ago, one of the world's largest volcanic craters. At the crest of the volcano … Continue reading Maui