Oddly, most people at church claimed that the bill was theirs...hahaha...nah! I told them if they could give me the serial number, I would consider it.
Someone left their life preserver on the rocks. Hope they didn't need it anymore.
For my morning walk in Eleele town, I parked near the corner of Uliuli and Eleele. (Ooh-lee ooh-lee and L-ee L-ee). Sounded funny together.
She was probably thinking: Isn't it time to give me a treat?!
She needed a friend this week: she was bored and dug a hole in the back yard. She knew she was in trouble, too!
I found an open seed pod from a Crown Flower plant.
The pod breaks open and the seeds fly around.
Walking on base, I heard these two choppers before they appeared, so I was able to catch a photo.
I got all these cans and bottles in one day's walk. Sometimes I forget to bring a bag, but sadly there is always a Kauai Ice bag to snag.
Near as I can tell, these were 2 ducks or geese. It sealed my opinion when I saw one of them waggle the tail.
The horse had been standing quietly, until the Cattle Egret decided to sit.
This is the fruit of the Bitter Melon plant.
A pair of pups watching me walk by. Glad they were friendly: I didn't have my walking stick with me.