The North Shore

Unlike crazy Honolulu, the North Shore has stayed pretty country. The locals are protective of their paradise and rightfully so. Our days were a rhythm of morning swims, papaya breakfast, reading, cooking, and beach-hopping. On this particular day, we visited our favorite fruit stand off Kamehameha Highway and found this shady beach WITH NO ONE ON IT.

It was strange without our dad but it was a damn good vacation. My brother was in rare form and we were often laughing until we cried. We ate many beautiful meals and spent endless hours on our breezy lanai. We spent time just HANGING OUT. 

Thanks Hawaii.



I'm finishing up a crazy month with a family trip to the North Shore. We are staying in a green house with a wrap-around lanai and a koi pond. The plan is to cruise around the island and swim and eat mangos and make great dinners. It's been pretty glorious so far. This flower arrangement came from the garden !

My mom's best friend Martha is along and she is the best. She makes a nasty-good mai tai and swims naked in our little pool.

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