September 14-September 20, 2020

September 14, 2020 The girls came to school with me today. We planned to leave at lunch time so we could have a beach day down at Waiohai, but meetings popped up and Evora decided she couldn’t skip her hula class. So, we left at 1:20 instead of 12:00, but no problem. We got outContinue reading “September 14-September 20, 2020”

July 5-July 11, 2020

July 7, 2020 The low tide is negative this morning, again. Yesterday at low tide, Erin and I walked Pilaʻa and saw turtle tracks in the sand. Today, the girls are sleeping over at their friendsʻ house in Kalāheo tonight, so we all headed down to Waiohai before sending them off. I decided to tryContinue reading “July 5-July 11, 2020”

May 23-May 29, 2020

May 23, 2020 Low tide was at 7:51 this morning, at -0.22 feet. Last night there was no moon, a new moon. If the skies are clear, there will be the tiniest sliver of crescent tonight, like a fingernail scratch on the darkness of night. The surf forecast called for a mid-sized NW swell fillingContinue reading “May 23-May 29, 2020”