Our “Love From Hawaii” Encouragement Project is in full swing. As I described in the previous post I am having people here in Hawaii write encouraging postcards to Booooooom readers who leave comments on this post.
Kama, short for Kamapua'a, is a pet pig who surfs the gorgeous waves of Hawaii with his human Kai Holt. Kama life has been a series of happy accidents. Kama came into Kai's life by accident when Kai found him as an ...
If California grid planners are worried about the famous “Duck Curve,” representing the future disruptions that distributed solar PV systems will have on the state's grid, they should check out Hawaii's “Nessie Curve.” That's the ...
Deseret News Diving into the afterlife in Hawaii Deseret News In pre-modern Hawaii, as in many other cultures — notably ancient Egypt, with its pyramids and tombs on the western side of the Nile, toward the sunset — “traveling westward” was a...
The 18 Worst Things About Hawaii (No Really) Huffington Post People are happier, healthier and less stressed in Hawaii, but that doesn't mean there aren't a few annoyances, gripes and inconveniences behind all those rainbows and sunsets.
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