Monday, June 29, 2015

Younger than Me


 I just realized that at least four of my friends are in their seventies.
They are all much younger than me (in every way that matters) - and certainly know how to party and have fun.


Sunday, June 28, 2015

Two Weddings and a Birthday

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 It was another spectacular day for the Maui Pink Cap Swimmers with clear skies and flat, clear waters.

We celebrated two weddings and a birthday by swimming with a big Manta Ray and lots of Green Sea Turtles.

Click HERE for several more photos from this morning's ocean swim.

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Saturday, June 27, 2015

Challenge


 You want a challenge?

Try surfing on a boogie-board.

They were designed to be used as seen in the bottom photo, not as in the top two photos.


Friday, June 26, 2015

Light and Shadow


 Clouds have been coming and going down here in South Maui and I have been enjoying the interplay of light and shadow across the land (and water) scape.

Someone got creative with some driftwood, which is more than I can say for any sand sculptures on the beach.

This is probably my favorite building on all of Maui, and I hear that it is scheduled for demolition. I certainly hope not.


Thursday, June 25, 2015

German Buoy


 The ocean was flat enough for me to get a good swim workout this morning.

I even had a big buoy from Germany to act as my turn-around marker.

And my hair is rapidly growing in. It won't be long until it is down to my shoulders once again.


Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Summer Vacation


 We swam through some tight spots this morning and Doug had to resist getting beamed up which means, of course, that we had another great ocean swim.

Thank goodness for summer vacation.

Click HERE for a few more photos from today's swim.


Friday, June 19, 2015

One Night Only


 I caught the tail end of the flowering of my neighborhood Night Blooming Cereus this morning.

These giant flowers are about a foot long and only last for one night. They were all wilting away when I noticed them this morning.