Monthly Archives: June 2014

Kava: tastes like dirt

One of the cool things about living on the Big Island is the opportunity to experience different cultures; we have such a melting pot of people here. Last month we attended a graduation party for Tali, a young man whose … Continue reading

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Saying good-bye to 1904

We are finally putting our Wisconsin house on the market. Please wish us luck for a speedy sale. It’s hard to say goodbye to the Grand Lady, but we don’t want to unconsciously tell the Universe that we prefer to … Continue reading

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