- Ted & Debbie (Photographers)
The evening ended with another magical campfire by the sea. Henry always seems to dig out a couple of fireworks from some hidden stash. The sounds of the waves crashing onto the shore and toppling the outer reefs were entwined with the sizzling of marsh mellows and the sizzling of about 8 boys peeing on the fire to put it out.
Stay away from the stove Honey. We are having sushi! On the menu tonight was ahi and ono.
I think Theo had some notion of adding his catch to our sushi dinner. So, while some of us got wood for the campfire Theo waded out to the reef with his homemade throw net which was lost to the sea on the first cast.
We all have been taking turns with the beach cruiser. Sam and Henry to check out waves at Tunnels, Debbie to take a beautiful ride to the end of the road or a jaunt around the yard.
Relaxing after a great day of surf at Hanalei. Someone dropped in on Sam and dinged his (my Patagonia) board so out with the Solar Resin and sandpaper.
No matter how you lookÂ at it (the day that is) from morning till night, forwards or backwards, from start to finish-Â Just another great day here on the north shore of Kauai.
Friday ends with a record 5th bond fire in a row. I didn’t really attend last nights evening circle. Just a brief appearance to say hello and goodbye. Slipping in and out of the shadows.
It’s Saturday morning, Debbie has gone off to the Hanalei Farmers Market, and all is quiet around Hale Mahana.
A routine of sorts is settling in, with everyone defining the word vacation in their own way.
Dinner has been a little rushed with the anticipation of fires at the beach. Debbie got some super spicy peppers which were sliced super thin and place on Ono shashimi with cilantro and ponzu sauce, paying homage (copying)Â Nobu’s yellow tail.
I think I’ll shave today, do a little carving and maybe, just maybe another fire tonight?