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Big Island Abcderian

A. Aloha It’s midnight at thirty thousand feet and my wife Susan and I are outbound over the Pacific, en route to the largest, the southernmost, the easternmost, the most glorious (in our opinion) of the glorious Hawaiian Islands, the … Continue reading

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Beaches

The rain continues, with Tremendious gusts of wind, which is Tremendious. The winds violent   Trees falling in every direction, whorl winds, with gusts of rain   Hail & Thunder… – William Clark, William Clark Journal, December 16, 1805.   … Continue reading

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