First of all, aloha from Makaha Beach in Hawai'i. I am just about 30 miles northwest of Honolulu in a very quiet area far from the hustle and bustle of the big city. We arrived the day before yesterday and spent all of yesterday getting settled in, buying groceries and other necessities before getting down to the serious business of beaching and golfing and what-not -- all the fun stuff you would want to do in a beautiful place like this.
Speaking of beautiful, they say that pictures are worth 1,000 words, and that is never more the case than in a place like this. So after the jump, I am going to give you a little taste of paradise.
For starters, take a look at my front yard:
My front yard, to the right
My front yard, to the left.
The Big Rock (that's what I call it)
My office for the next 10 days
And now, my back yard:
My back yard, Makaha Valley
Finally, a sunset into A Sea of Blue (pardon the intentional pun):
The beginning of sunset in Makaha
That's it for now. You can find more at my Flickr page, and I will be updating these regularly.
I'll be posting some actual Wildcat-related stuff soon, and I am back to updating the newsfeed below. Another big thanks to our co-bloggers for taking up the slack while I slack off in paradise.