Monday, October 22, 2018

Spectacular Show

Well, the mystery illness that I've been whining about recently, turned out to be pneumonia and bronchitis. I'm only gradually getting better, but at least I'm not praying for death to take me nearly as much as I was last week.

And I'm still managing to stagger out my front door for sunset most evenings. And the show has been spectacular.

Thursday, October 18, 2018


I may not be able to do much with this cold/flu/whatever that has had me down -- but I have been able to walk out my front door for a few sunsets recently.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Just Try

It has been more than two weeks now of suffering through this stupid cold, or flu, or whatever; but I still managed a brief foray into the ocean this morning. Just try and keep me out.

Monday, October 15, 2018

Look Back

It usually doesn't occur to me to watch the waves rolling into shore from underneath, but this morning I happened to look back at exactly the right moment and I enjoyed what I saw. So...I'm sharing a bit of that experience with you.

Friday, October 12, 2018

Looking Down

Sea Turtles always seem so laid-back, but they do love to play in the waves.

Underwater Crabs work quickly to bury themselves when anyone gets too close.

Most swimmers and snorkelers don't notice Needlefish because they hang right on the surface, and everyone always seems to be looking down.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Rare and Remarkable

Here is a rare and remarkable sight: a lineup with more wahine than kane. 

And, of course, yet another perfect morning in paradise.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Not So Sick

After a week of being too ill to do pretty much anything, I managed to get out in the ocean for a very, very short swim this morning. Thank goodness the water is still so wonderfully warm; there's no way I would have gotten in otherwise.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Back When

I've got a cold or the flu or some such nonsense, and am stuck inside, so I decided to enjoy some moments from our time in the Rockies last month. Back when I was actually enjoying life.