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Sunflower Fields on North Shore

“As a child, one has that magical capacity to move among the many eras of the earth; to see the land as an animal does; toView full post »

Hiking Ka’ena Point

I love absolutely everything about the westernmost tip of Oahu. My favorite way to access Ka’ena Point is from the west side of theView full post »

Snorkeling at the Sandbar

Until we moved to Hawaii, I’d only snorkeled a few times and most of those experiences happened when we visited Hawaii in 2009. IView full post »

New Years Day in Hawaii

Happy New Year! May your 2015 be full of joy, laughter, adventure, and discovery. Join our family at the beach on the first day of the newView full post »

Hawaiian Sunsets are Poetry in Motion

“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have ifView full post »

A Tour of Pearl Harbor

Over the years, we’ve lived in some interesting places and each possessed a unique history but none quite so personal asView full post »

Alaskan Odyssey: A Talkeetna Winter

When it comes to mountains majesties, it’s hard to imagine that Denali has any competition and there’s no better view of itView full post »

The Importance of Feeling Valued

Prior to being a stay at home mother, I explored a few different professions. The last full-time paid job I had was incredibly difficultView full post »

Making a Copper Still

One of the benefits of living in Alaska is that distilling your own liquor is perfectly legal as long as you don’t have plans toView full post »

Alaskan Odyssey: Kachemak Bay

“the love of wilderness is more than a hunger for what is always beyond reach; it is also an expression of loyalty to the earth, the earthView full post »

Alaskan Odyssey: Homer

Homer, Alaska is “…like that star of the waning summer who beyond all stars rises bathed in the ocean stream to glitter inView full post »

Hike to Hamama Falls

In Hawaii, getting “lost” in your surroundings is often the point and once you stand beneath those falls, it no longer mattersView full post »

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