1/18 Lyman Museum Hawai'ian Elderhostel January 18th 2009 The waves were still pretty high in the morning. All the safe seats were taken when we came down for breakfast so we got to sit next to the taped off area beyond which wave splashes gleefully glistened on the tables and chairs. We never were able to get there earlier than the whole group even though we were never late!
Susan referred to our group as the "Energizer Bunnies."
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Approaching our fiftieth wedding anniversary, my wife and I decided to celebrate by visiting Hawai'i. We have never splurged like this during our married life. But it seemed like a good idea when we made the decision. And we are very glad we went.
Our daughter bought us a digital camera a year ago. On this trip it became both a blessing and a curse. We will try to pick out the pictures that share the blessings. The "curse" side will not make the cut for you, though they will remain in our computer just in case.
Martha "Marty" Freeman has already used this blog site to tell the st... full info