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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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Pacific Sunset

On the Island of Hawai’i Peace, Dohn  

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Circling Towards Solstice

Northern Hemisphere Early May. There are more hours of sunlight now. The days are growing longer. What did you get done for yourself today? The sun is circling towards the summer solstice. The longest daylight day of the year 2014 … Continue reading

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ART for Earth Day

Earth Day 2014 – w/Sami Charnine Just loven the Earth on a weekend, far from the rush and rumble of highways and automobiles. Take a lawn chair, spread a blanket in the shade, pack a picnic lunch, enjoy the beautiful … Continue reading

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A Sign of Spring is the Plumeria Tree

Also known as the Frangipani. Spring, the sweet spring, is the year’s pleasant king; Then blooms each thing, then maids dance in a ring, Cold doth not sting, the pretty birds do sing. Cuckoo, jug-jug, pu-we, to-witta-woo! Thomas Nashe (1567–1601) … Continue reading

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Gandy Dancing on the D&RGW

In the Heart of the Rocky Mountains. The Main Line has tight curves and a steep steady grade as it hugs the hillside ascending the Front Range. There are 17 tunnels in the first 30 miles the rails climbs  from … Continue reading

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