Everyone told us: Kekaha is hot! They were not lying. And even though we KNEW it was hot on the west side, sometimes it still amazes us, as we bathe under the flowing wind of the fan...I love catching a bit of rain in the distance. Although since Kekaha really IS hot, rain falling on us is also good.
The recent super moon
The forbidden isle of Niihau
We do have some wonderful sunrises:
Plumeria near the Hawaiian Cemetery
Someone got creative with birdhouses in their yard.
Lots of pretty flowers near the ocean.
A caring parent, trying to slow cars down.
A flower in the plants near the driveway.
Heron hoping I will go away.
If you look carefully, you'll see the big eared puppy, also hoping I would go away. Look for the white on his breast.
Who knew we'd have a drag strip?!
Moorhens in the water. Why is everyone hoping I will go away?
I heard a "chuck-a, chuck-a", which turned out not to be a bird, but an assembly line. Don't know what they are moving.
Palm trees and moon
This is a cross between a German Shorthaired Pointer and an Airedale, they think. I call it a Point-aire!
The contraptions that alert birds to the wires at night. They are making headway in preventing bird deaths.
Venus! I also found Jupiter just above, but so far, no Perseid meteors. I'll keep looking. But it's hard to make myself go outside at midnight. We do see more stars here though, as there are less building lights competing.
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