Life of Jorilla Kauai

Joe had the opportunity to work on another island for a couple of weeks. It was good work and excellent sight seeing.

Work hard
Play hard, Opihi

Island style

Right before dinner, Joe's friend made one stack of rocks. When they returned after, the beach was full of stacked rocks. Shortly, after they were all gone, perhaps washed by the tide or...not.

Joe was taking a photo of the growth where water collects and flows. He noticed a butterfly in the flowers. When he shot the picture, a bird dove in and the rooster poked his head out to say hi.

Waimea canyon

Joe could tell you about this valley and the interesting geology.

Parts of Kauai receive 460 inches of rain annually. While others are lucky if they get 20 inches.

It was light and dark and light again on his last morning there. It was as if he got to see two sun rises. Far off in the distance, in the glow of the rising sun, he could see another island in the direction home.

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