2016

Hawai’ian views

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There are never enough pictures to share the awesome creation that Hawai’i is!

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Surfers on the Pipeline, North Shore, O’ahu
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Bellows Air Force Station
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Mokoli’i Island off of Kualoa Point
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Brazilian Red-Crested Cardinal
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the Mokes (Na Mokulua)
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Maunalua Bay Beach Park
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Waiting for the sun to rest, Maunalua Bay Beach Park
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Maps, beaches and a bucket list

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As we continue to work our way to even more UU communities, I can’t help but take joy in the loving and accepting people our faith attracts!  Our growth from your shared knowledge is immense and will be with us always.

2015 ended with my 14-year-old son, Austin, marking his 43rd state visited!  As a homeschooling mom, I can’t imagine a better life experience for him than physically seeing the many places in our history books.

I’ve also now visited all but one state, and I can’t wait to take that trip to Alaska to complete my map.  (Still on my bucket list!)  But with 2016, comes a move to Hawai’i.  Of course it won’t be so simple, but we plan to keep our summers busy with mainland travel.  The motorhome will still be waiting us each time we set foot on the lower-48.

Here’s to a wondrous 2016!