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    A Surge of Sand, A Boil of Life.

    Jul. 17, 2008 (20178 views)

    It was roughly 6 a.m., and I had just fallen into that deep, dream-intensive slumber that seems only to come to me in the last hour of sleep, when Pono woke me up by saying "Judy, there's something happening". It had been a beautiful, sumptuously-starred night. A changing cast of characters had cycled through on sea turtle nest watch duty and those of us planning to stay until morning got to sleep late. The ocean crashed rhythmically in the moonless, salt-flavored darkness....

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    THE DRESS, LAVA & SAND...

    Aug. 5, 2007 (4925 views)

    August 4, 2007:The beauty of white, champagne or ecru, back dropped by Maui's glory never ceases to amaze me.It's another perfect wedding day in paradise on a stunning beach in Makena, Maui. Though I've witnessed many of these most-important-of-days, the surprising beauty of a wedding dress on a beach continues to be new for me each time. It takes my breath away........and I'm not the groom!Maui...

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    The Beach Has A Request For You:

    Sep. 25, 2007 (3818 views)

    Instilling the Fear of “Steve” My friend “Steve” tells me that, when he sees somebody fling a cigarette butt out of a car window, he walks up to them at the next traffic light and asks them the following questions: Who raised you? Where do you come from, that you think you can treat this island like an ashtray? Go back there! Where did you learn to behave like this? Why do you think this world is one big trash can for you? Seriously, who raised you? Now,...

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    "Viewpoint" on 8/7's council meeting

    Aug. 13, 2009 (1055 views)

    "Flag flap flourishes"On Friday, August 7Th, I, along with many other concerned residents, attended the county council meeting to address the issue of banning alcohol at county beach parks, and more specifically, Charley Young beach in Kihei.  While at that meeting, I noticed the upside down flag proudly displayed on Wayne Nishiki's desk and, well, took the occasion to remove that most offensive display from the council chambers.  I had not noticed it before, although I am told...

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