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Birthing Stones of Kamehameha

(Kah mae ha mae ha)  Kamehameha Akahi Aina Hanau In the North Kohala area of Hawai’i Island about the year 1758 near Opolu Point at a place called Kokoiki, Hawai’i’s greatest warrior-king was born. He would become a leader who … Continue reading

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Mālama Honua – Worldwide Voyage of the Hokule’a and Hikianalia

Mālama Honua, “to care for our Earth.”  The Hokule’a and Hikianalia are double hulled voyaging canoes of ancient origin.   From the Polynesian Voyaging Society:  “The Hawaiian name for this voyage, Mālama Honua, means “to care for our Earth.” Living … Continue reading

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A Childs Prayer In The Evening

In the evening as a young lad with face freshly scrubbed, hair combed and teeth brushed, dressed in pajama top and bottoms I would kneel on the braided rug beside my bed with hands clasped, arms resting lightly on the … Continue reading

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Jack-O-Lanterns and Homemade Memories

A DIY Childhood Halloween was a lot different back in the 1950s. For one thing folks used to give out a full size candy bar, not these 1/4 size treats you see today. That’s not what I really remember though. … Continue reading

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Liberty Gardens – Art and Media

Grow Your Own In the First World War patriotism at home called for planting what were called Liberty Gardens. Beginning in WW I and again in WW II everyday urban citizens were encouraged by the government to grow their own … Continue reading

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A Boys Adventure

A boy needs adventure, and boy I had em. Seems every year my boundaries expanded. When I was 9 or 10 years old my family moved to a small town in central Connecticut with the suitable name of Forestville. We … Continue reading

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ART Bunnies & Meat

This gallery contains 22 photos.

“You must trust your subconscious and the unknown sources it can tap into” Mark Ryden Surrealist art as social commentary can be absurd to the point of humerous or. . . confusing. This artists bio reads ” a subtle disquiet … Continue reading

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