Havaiki Nui

The Sacred Island, Home to the Hawiians and Maori's, and most of all..... Home to me and my family.... Gonna be Stuff, all sorts of Stuff and even a few choice photos that I feel the world should see...

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Sunset off Bora


iamacoyote, this is for you, am outta the cast and using one crutch as a stabilizer and headed for Bora and a week with my bud' and something that is gold and green and glorious to put in my pipe and smoke it!

5 Comments:

At 18:46, Blogger iamcoyote said...

I am so delighted! You have totally made my week with this one. Will you adopt me? I don't eat much, and I clean up after myself.

Thank you ever so much, Can I post it?

 
At 00:39, Blogger Maheanuu Tane said...

My Lady,

You may post anything that you desire, and did you get the copy of the Tiare Tahiti that you wanted, you don't have to steal it, you can have it to do anything your desire with it.

 
At 05:29, Blogger iamcoyote said...

I've got a beautiful sunrise on my desktop at work, and a waterfall at home, wish I had more computers! It's so hard to choose, and right now, I do need an escape. Work and politics are getting so boring!

It must be amazing to watch the storms come over the water. That was probably the only good part of Jax, if you've ever been thru there.

 
At 08:24, Blogger Maheanuu Tane said...

If the Jax is Jacksonville Fla, the answer is yes, I did a little stint at Cecil Field Fla in the Ground Electronics Gang there... Little interesting history back then, seems that my wife and I were not allowed to go to the beach, or almost anywhere together as she was oriental and I was this pastey white guy... I have to agree with you the storms there were spectacular as long as you could see them and not be in them.

 
At 12:16, Blogger iamcoyote said...

Yep, Jacksonville. I was at Cecil Field as well, spent a month with my ex who was a pilot TAD there. Everyday at 4pm, the thunderstorms would come in - I just love them! Only good thing about the place, as I said.

But Jax itself - uglier than sin. And I just can't believe the discrimination, well, I can, it's the South, and the US, but geez!

 

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