Five Shots: Kauai

Jim and I are on our first year anniversary trip. Here are five quick shots taken today. I will share more next week when we return. Aloha!

Exploring the north side. Kauai is the oldest island of the Hawaiian chain. It is rural and the least commercialized.

View from our balcony.

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  1. Really lovely shots, Cindy. My sister moved to Hawaii when she retired from the Navy, and my mother grew up there,Her father was a rear admiral in the Navy and was stationed in pearl harbor when the attack came, He served on the USS enterprise and fought at Midway and many other signifcant Pacific battles, as did my father.. who took revenge on the Navy for the shrapnel in his arm by marrying the Admirals daughter,

    1. Hiya, Bill. Holy shit! What an awesome back story. You never disappoint, my friend. My son was stationed at Schofield. I have been there twice. But going to Kauai suits my personality more. The fields, the farms, the rolling hills, the waves. Hmmm. I am in heaven.

        1. It is a botanical island. The wild jasmine alone has my head spinning. I have not been to Maui. This island I would come back to. Living in the desert, this is a treat being surrounded by ocean and feasting on the greenery.

  2. A year already? I hadn’t even thought of that. A belated Happy Anniversary.
    The view from your balcony is something special indeed. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete. x

  3. Great post 🙂 I love all of these pictures; they are so beautiful 🙂 I visited Hawaii in the past and it was magical 🙂 I mean everything about it 🙂 You must have had lots of fun on the island of Kauai 🙂 Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂

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