Showing posts from December, 2014

Green Sands Beach and the Christmas Parade

Merry Christmas from the Pahoa Parade! Despite two lava flows brushing up against one of the main streets, the show must go on. Those Noni leaves on my shoulders are going to cure something but I forget what. LJ, our general manager at Kalani, helps prepare our float. You have met Jaimie many times on this blog and meet her new friend Brenden, 34, originally from Dallas and most recently a chef in the molecular cooking world of Manhattan, as they wait for the festivities to begin. We are all flying together to Maui on January 8 to see Leftover Salmon, who are playing four days in a row at a coffee plantation there. Anyone want to join us? Details here:   Leftover Salmon Maui Having been to the Big Island's black and white sand beaches, it was time for a green sand beach. Across Nebraska again to South Point. (gotta love the grass fed beef here in Hawaii). The hike across these hills of ancient eroded volcano ash from Mauna Loa from South Point is 2.