Category Archives: small world

Crossing European borders with ease in southern Netherlands

The last part of my trip was very special. I’m visiting Lisa, a transplanted friend who lives in the southern part of the Netherlands. She and her friend, Vic picked me up in Maastricht, Netherlands, the nearest airport to her … Continue reading

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College shopping: Universities 3 – Mom 0

My daughter and I are on the east coast, college shopping. We flew non-stop from Honolulu to New York’s JFK airport – way too many hours sitting on my butt. I got some strange looks until I collected my suitcase … Continue reading

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Big Island waters – humpback singles bar

Recently I was lucky enough to participate in my daughter’s Marine Biology Class field-trip – a whale watch cruise with Ocean Sports. This adventure took place on a sleek 45-foot catamaran that put out of Anaeho‘omalu Bay. We assembled at … Continue reading

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Tacky, but in a good way: Waimea Christmas Parade

There I was, the self-avowed parade-hater watching yet another parade.  But I couldn’t resist.  Stacy invited me and she’s always so busy selling houses I never get to see her.  So here was my chance to have a glorious couple … Continue reading

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Fire Dancing Rooster Catchers

My ad on Craigslist seeking a Rooster Catcher finally got some action, and gave me some hope of ridding my yard of the two roosters that are plaguing me.  They crow all day starting at 3 am (still night for … Continue reading

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