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23534811929_dc7ed9aabf_b Ready for blissful sensory overload? Get ready for the ultimate dish that may not even make it to the serving platter because devouring it right out of the pan is positively irresistible! Also, sharing this dish becomes immediately optional. rose gold iphone case 6 I say this because every single time I have made it, I have decided to rethink sharing. Yes, it is absolutely that delicious. View full post »

  • Robin Broun - Hi Lacy! 🙂 That looks delicious! I’ve missed you! Have a beautiful day!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth - Wow! You were so right! Husband won’t be home for dinner until 45 mins from now and i JUST KEEP EATING them!
    Thank you for your wonderful website!ReplyCancel

23284777953_94022eb29b_o In December, our family loaded onto a tiny plane owned by Mokulele Airlines and took off for Hawai’i’s Friendly Island, Moloka’i. The trip served to celebrate our 10 year wedding anniversary and the anniversary of Caleb’s adoption. What better way to celebrate our personal lifetime adventure than with another adventure? The adventure began with a windstorm, of course. View full post »

  • Dawn - It sounds and looks gorgeous, but then that’s Hawaii for you. Loved our visit in Jan/Feb and look forward to discovering more of Hawaii in the future.ReplyCancel

  • Winter Solstice Island Hopper: Moloka’i » Razor Family Farms - […] Little did we know that a storm was brewing behind our first gorgeous Moloka’i sunset. As the stars came out, a high wind sent the clouds racing across the sky and finally the winds blew so hard that we were forced into the condo, where we closed all of the louvre windows and battened down the hatches. The winds roared and howled all night, causing shutters to clatter and slam, the roof to moan, and the trees to creak as they whipped back and forth in the powerful gusts. I did not sleep. In fact, I sat in the bed all night long in a state of terror: fully expecting to grab up my child and hide in the tub while a tornado leveled the place. Of course, there wasn’t a tornado. Josh, who loved the sound of the wind, slept like a baby and woke up well-rested. Thankfully, excitement carried me through the first full day. The trip to Halawa Valley didn’t go as planned, but turned out to be absolutely wonderful. (You can read all about it here.) […]ReplyCancel

26038310314_fbca341fc6_c This small sign marks the entrance to one of the oldest known religious sites on Moloka’i and the second largest heiau in the Hawaiian Islands. iphone 6 plus cases diamond Built in the 1300s as a school for kahuna, Ili’ili’opae was also a place for worshipping the god of war, Ku, and Lono, the god of peace, agriculture, and fertility. Human or animal sacrifices were usually dedicated to Ku, which means this heiau was likely the final resting place for many ancient Hawaiians. Think: Temple of Doom. It’s difficult to picture it that way though because it is possibly one of the most beautiful and peaceful places I have ever been fortunate enough to visit. View full post »

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