Monthly Archives: January 2015

Lahaina

The touristy town of Lahaina, where the giant Banyan Tree resides, where much of Maui’s pre industrial society lived, where Oprah and other ritchie riches now mostly own. Advertisements

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Beaching it

As you may or may not know, Maui is shaped like a dumbell… ie two circles with a middle connector.  Also, I clearly have a penchant for sleeping on beaches. This night, my third night in Maui, I awoke on a stretch … Continue reading

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La Pujer / The End of the (King’s) Road

After Kihei, a road trip to La Pujer, where the road around the island turns into the King’s Road (not much of a road; where insurance companies stop covering you)… where ages old lava rock stands, frozen in place… sounded … Continue reading

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Kihei and meeting the locals

“don’t ask questions, just hang out” The best advice for not endlessly tiring locals, and having them enjoy your company.  Good chance is they don’t know what tree you’re looking at either (one fun response is “dis one heah?  dat’s … Continue reading

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Return of the Noni fruit

In 2013 I “moved” to Maui for awhile, and then ended up traveling beyond.  In 2014 I was supposed to return for the winter, but ended up sticking around to start a farm/community instead. This is year, 2015, I am … Continue reading

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Hey Maui, I’m back

I left the first year of building the farm undocumented, as it was more a pre year of land reclamation and finding out how to do the community part on the other side.  Future musings will include references to and … Continue reading

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