STAY POSITIVE

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017 by

AWAY DAYS

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 by

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WINDWARD STEEZE

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 by

SAME AS IT EVER WAS

Monday, September 25th, 2017 by

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MEDICINE

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 by

UP NORTH TRIP

Monday, September 11th, 2017 by

LABOR DAY KINE THINGS

Friday, September 8th, 2017 by

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We celebrated the unofficial end of summer the only way we know how… the bay, beers and good times. Labor Day 2017 delivered some idyllic east side conditions with ultra light winds and sunny skies which made our journey to Kualoa as smooth as could be. If only all of life’s journeys were this easy to navigate. Until next year cheers! – RM

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CLASSIC MATERIAL

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 by

SELF EFFICACY

Monday, August 28th, 2017 by

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Dawn 5 miles offshore with not a another boat in site. The colors of the sky only lasted for a few moments and the electricity in the air the same but wow it was simply incredible. What this photo doesn’t show is me waking up Capri at 3:30am then us trailering the boat to the opposite side of the island and launching before dawn all in hopes of catching something for the dinner table. Let me just be clear about something, my daughter was not required to be my first mate, she chose to. She also knew that landing a fish was not guaranteed (we got skunked!) and that it was highly likely that she would have to endure more than a few hours of nausea and dizziness (which she did with no complaints). And still she insisted on joining me. This particular trip took place on Admissions Day which was a holiday for the school she attends. Even though she wasn’t learning anything within the confines of the classroom I do believe she learned plenty that day, things like how to set the lures, what birds to look for when trolling and how to reel in the lines properly. Most importantly she learned that life is not always easy and paying dues wether on the ocean or on land is all part of life. Aloha – RM

ALL IN THE OHANA

Friday, August 25th, 2017 by

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Backyard Imu action! What happens when 400 lbs. pork butt plus 6 pans kulolo are placed lovingly in the ground to slow cook Hawaiian style by a solid crew. An outstanding good time in my book! While the boyz were busy playing with fire Tutu was busy cooking up some squid lu Ľau for our pau hana meal… sooo good. Many hands helped to prepare this food but none as important as the Imu boss himself Uncle Liko. There can only be one boss and under his direction the grinds were cooked to perfection. Once the tarp was put down and the edges covered with dirt the only thing left to do was crack open a few ice cold cuzzo lights and relax. Cheers – RM

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