We've been slow to jump on some of the social media sites because they just suck up so much time. However, browsing through the images at Pinterest this morning and thinking about the couple hundred great photos we have in our collection - we decided, ahh, what the heck. Here is our Hawaii Pinterest Channel
About Vern LovicMoving to Hawaii was one of the most amazing moves ever. I strongly encourage you to consider it if you're in the financial position to make it work. Living in Hawaii has a fair bit of both positive and negative experiences awaiting each of us who give it a try. Read some of the articles here and try to get a feel for whether you might thrive in the islands. I wrote an entire book on the subject and it's usually less than $5. It's up there on the right side column. Best of luck and life to you! Aloha! - Vern L.
Looking left from Makapu'u Beach toward Rabbit Island on a stunning day in Hawaii. MAKAPUU BEACH PARK 41-95 Kalanianaole Highway, Waimānalo, Hawaii 96795. This is very near "Sea Life Park" and "Sandy Beach". The pronounciation is Makapu'u (mak-uh-poo-ooh). WHERE IS MAKAPUU STATE PARK? Makapu'u is located at the furthest point east on Oahu,
This article talks about Kauai having 10 TIMES THE NORMAL RATE of a heart malformation in newborn children. Isn't it time some drastic action is taken? I don't understand the lack of action. 10,000 people marching sounds great. But nothing has changed. Isn't it time for drastic measures to make the environment safe for kids
I wrote a story about one time going to a beach which I consider to be Hawaii's most dangerous. Can you guess which it is? Does this photo give you any clues? Waves don't break like this all over the islands! Three waves breaking at the same time. This is not out of the
I wanted to wish everyone a great Christmas and New Year holiday - and a fresh start to 2016! I think I'm already off to a good start for this site, we'll see as the year goes on! Ryan O. had a really interesting article about a homeless encampment over on the west side of
I'm not a dangerous person. I don't consider myself a 'thrill seeker' by the usual definition. But, that said, I have had a few times that I've almost died while trying to enjoy this crazy thing called "Life". This is a post about two such near death experiences that happened in the Pacific ocean while