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I arrived back on the family farm, from the Ashland/Applegate trip, as the snows hit the west coast.  Which makes me sad, as I missed the snow that hit Ashland/Applegate hours after I left… and though Portland got snow, the … Continue reading

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It’s almost time to get island style again.

The bay area, and Mendocino, and being back on the family farm, and cavorting about Portland (none of which were things I thought would be happening this year) has been fun…. but it’s time to get back to tropicalia.  Or … Continue reading

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Santa Cruz, I bid you farewell for this now

Thanks to Rhadiante & Neil (Rhadiante Van De Voorde, btw, does excellent landscaping work, for any in the nocali area looking for skill mixed with passion and love) for being such excellent, friendly, fun, good energy hosts to Rob Reflector Recker … Continue reading

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PICS: Poipu Beach

This is the super touristy beach covered in legions of pasty white tourists, surrounded by miles of resorts/timeshares (though nowhere near as badly as Maui’s south shore is… still lots of nature land dominating in Kaua’i). The beach itself is … Continue reading

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PICS: the spewing beach, southside kaua’i

The lazy blogger in me has me saying “this is fountain something or geyser something” beach. Whistling fountain maybe? I forget, but its central theme was a geyser hole and a marketplace. Well, for some. For me, the central theme … Continue reading

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PICS: An Anini Sunset with the Resonance Project

We had a gathering/birthday celebratihon for our second evening on Anini Beach. We heard about it through the coconut grapevine, ie Kara and Michael drove past us, and stopped. ie Kaua’i is small, and there’s one major road. You can … Continue reading

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PICS: attempting to snap shots from the car in Kaua’i

Just some random shots that I’ll crop later if I feel like making prettier….

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Donald is in the Guinness Book of World Records for “most surfboards”

While hitchhiking a week or two back, I was picked up by an older guy who invited me back to his place, since it was right off the Hana Highway.  As we arrived, his wife and daughter emerged riding two … Continue reading

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The Gay Tourists

Jake really wanted me to blog this, SOOO As we waited at Twin Falls (last real hitching spot before Hana) for a ride that seemed would never come, a first occurred.  Tourists picked us up!  Usually they just drive by … Continue reading

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