Ka’u District

Iselle on the Leeward Side

August 12, 2014

I know some of my readers are interested in knowing what happened here on the Big Island when Hurricane Iselle hit this past week. Fortunately, I live on the leeward side of the island with two mountains dividing us from the windward side. Iselle’s landfall was in Ka’u District, where Ocean View, Na`alehu and Pahala […]

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Wind Farm Cemetery

August 28, 2011

Recently, I have made several trips to the end of South Point Road to show visitors the Southernmost point in the United States. These remnants of a wind farm make me wonder just how environmentally conscious it is to let these stand. New working turbines have been built to take the place of the old […]

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Ka’u Coffee Festival

May 8, 2010

  Right away, I headed for the food booths. I know how delicious Pahala foods can be! The 4-H booth served beef plate lunches from home-grown beef.   Typical local-style plate lunch is a meat, “two scoop” rice, and macaroni salad.   Dane and Terri Shibuya are good friends. Dane is the Community Policeman for […]

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