I have noted different breeds of dogs on Kauai than Oahu. No Shiba Inu so far...This is the entry point near the Beach House where I used to go in. Some steps down and sometimes slippery!
God's rays came to Kauai too.
Niihau in the distance, with perhaps a bump of Lehua.
Palm trees for my sweetie.
A jet and the contraptions that my landlord figured out to help the shearwater birds from running into the power lines at night. Yes, it's a big deal!Pretty cloudSand in the water make it not a great place to snorkel.
Lizard stayed still long enough to snap a photo.
Boy I really wanted to run through this one.
Palm trees and cemetery. It was sad: one grave marked a person who died on the same day of their birth.
I haven't started my garden yet...awaiting funds and good ideas. I want to plan my plants this time, and not just buy the "cute" ones..
We have both a public and Hawaiian cemetery nearby.
I debated about including this shot..this shearwater was hit by a car. Probably at night.
Some of the cactus are huge.
This little guy eventually made friends...
Aussie Shepherd. Nice dog. But probably hot with all that fur! The owner says he walks the dog early, before it gets too hot.
Interesting light and shadow on Niihau, the "Forbidden Island." We have visited twice.
People do these rock piles...I'm sure there's a Hawaiian name for it.
If you've been to Kauai, you know chickens are part of the landscape. And yes, they are loud in the morning.
Nice female boxer. Still a puppy and still wanted to jump on ya.
A sidewalk! Whoop whoop! of course, I walked it. Nice to be off the road.
It is great to be back on Kauai. It is really green. We have even had rain twice so far! It does cool it off. Thanks for reading.
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