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    THE DRESS, LAVA & SAND...

    Aug. 5, 2007 (5167 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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    A Surge of Sand, A Boil of Life.

    Jul. 17, 2008 (21027 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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    “Maui Me,” and Other Tropical Wedding Disasters

    Jun. 7, 2007 (1695 views)

    “Maui me.” The ring sparkled amid the hubbub and blab of that fancy, chandeliered restaurant. You, understandably, were distracted. Is that really what he said? A honeymoon in the islands sounds wonderful! A wedding on Maui is paradise! Yet even paradise, you discover, has perils. A January wedding in Wisconsin? Impossible. But even the largest snowstorms of the season dumping tons of cold white stuff on North America will not stop the southward migration of your family and friends...

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    County notices require constant Internet vigilance

    Jul. 29, 2009 (2613 views)

    LETTER TO THE EDITOR PUBLISHED JULY 25TH:{ I just received an "e-mail alert" from the Maui County Planning Commission that read: "A new event will appear on the site in 11 days. When that happens, you can click on the link below to go directly to the new posting - Maui Planning Commission." Eleven days? Is this an example of the best our employees can do with this technology? Perhaps that is why no one showed up for the first hearings on the Charley Young beach issue. We forgot...

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