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Puako: Saturday Scenes

February 19, 2011

A few photos from an early afternoon walk down Puako Beach Drive.


Shoes in the Sand at the Kohala Coast’s Mauna Kea Beach Hotel

February 8, 2011

The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel was founded by Laurance S. Rockefeller in 1965

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Five Days To Remember in 2010 -or- My Top 5 Big Island Photos of the Year

December 31, 2010

Earlier this afternoon I spent a few minutes looking back at many of the photos I’ve taken here on the Big Island over the last year. As 2010 slips away and I’m reflecting on the many wonderful experiences (and the many changes) that have come my way over the last twelve months, I thought I’d share my five favorite photos, each of which represents an adventure or memorable Big Island moment. (My favorite–the one I think best captures why I love this island– is below the slideshow!)

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Lunch and Learning at the Hawaiian Vanilla Company

December 30, 2010

Discovering Vanilla planifolia – The Vanilla Orchid

Hawaiian Vanilla Company Vanilla Beans

Vanilla bean pods growing in the Hawaiian Vanilla Co. garden

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On the Fifth Day of My Big Island Christmas

December 25, 2010

On the First Day of my Big Island Christmas:

Christmas at Kona Village – Dining with the Chefs

Christmas at Kona Village

Kona Village Resort

Christmas at Kona Village

Christmas at Kona Village

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asynchronicity: The 2010 Retropsective

December 12, 2010

As the end of the year approaches, it’s time to take a look back at this asynchronicity endeavor and to explain the meaning of the title as I promised I would in my first post (“Aloha World” – December 29, 2009). A sincere mahalo to everyone who has read a post or two this year!

Why “asynchronicity”

When I started the blog, I was a semester away from graduation at UH-Hilo. In one of my communications classes, we discussed the concept of synchronous vs asynchronous communication.

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Kindle Versus the Hilo Public Library

November 20, 2010

I love books. Or maybe, these days, what I really should say is  “I love to read.”

Over the last two weeks, I’ve used Kindle to read The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest (on my laptop) and Pride and Prejudice (on my Droid…it was Sunday, I was sick and it was free).

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