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Maui Remembers on Memorial Day

Kaanapali Beach, Maya 22–In a special ceremony at noon–the traditional time for a chant–a pule (prayer) is chanted, a conch shell is blown, and guests are invited to pick a flower, descend to the beach, and release it to the waves to remember a love one or someone who died as a hero.
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What were these people looking at on Memorial Day in Maui?

Kaanapali, May 25–It was not waves, although it might have been (see tomorrow’s post). It was a Hawaiian chanter offering a remembrance of fallen heroes on this Memorial Day as well as everyone who has passed. 13 more words

Mauna Kea and all things that should remain sacred

Mauna Kea with my best friends. (Circa January 31st)

In January, I surprised my best friend with a trip to beautiful Hilo, where we indulged in the best strawberry and grape mochi at Two Ladies Kitchen, walked through a colorful farmer’s market and hiked along a dead volcano. 827 more words



These past few weeks our teachers have been our very own, favourite Track ‘Parents’, Jon and Layne Grime, flown in from Canada. It’s a treat for us to be able to spend time with them here in Kona because it’s such a different setting to the Brantford life where most of our relationship has been formed. 248 more words

2014 Track

Last years photo Montage

Aloha Everyone,

The Montage of the 2014 Trip can be found at : https://www.youtube.com