One really good thing about Kekaha is that it is hot and sometimes dry, so our clouds are fewer. This means we have wonderful star views! And I saw Jupiter overhead, as well as Venus. And the Moon. And a meteor!
Of course, no pix, as my camera doesn't catch those things very well. But I do remember them. How clear and beautiful they were.
Now, I wouldn't normally start off with the jawbones of pigs, but since I'm married to an archaeologist, I'm somewhat entitled, non? I would never put them on my fence, however. Different strokes, different folks. I also could only kill a feral pig if it was racing toward me. And with what weapon? My camera?!
I think this is a Royal Palm.
Niihau and Lehua islands. My sweetie thought to take us up to Kokee and Waimea Canyon. Wonderful views.
And we saw Nene geese. They have a reputation of being noisy and territorial.
Napali cliffs with boat
One of his funny t-shirts.
Niihau again from the Canyon road.
A big cactus
Another lizard that decided it was ok to stop for a photo.
Fish in one of the canals
St. Theresa's church cross
Getting the Moon in the shot is always problematic, but if I include something nearby, it works.
These photos are mostly from my walks. I see quite a bit. Sadly, I lost my new insurance card: never put small things in with your phone while on a walk! And have a great week.