Monthly Archives: July 2011

Yes! Turtles again!

The past two days were really different.  Thursday I paddled in windy conditions, yesterday was windy early and overcast and then rained in the afternoon so I didn’t paddle.  Today, however, was perfect as you can see!  Scattered clouds, slight … Continue reading

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Yes, Turtles!

The day started out much like yesterday, with a slight breeze blowing from the North.  But today, ten or fifteen minutes into my paddle, the wind disappeared!  Conditions got very glassy and perfect.  While I was paddling past Kam I, … Continue reading

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Beautiful, but windy morning!

So this is how the morning started out, really calm.  Ten minutes into my paddle, up came a breeze from the North, which was fine since that is the direction I was going!  On the way down to the boat … Continue reading

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Dolphins!

A beautiful morning for the beach!  I paddled in calm water down to Cove Park, and when I made the turn to head south,  I spotted some dolphins outside of Kam I!  I really wanted to see them up closer … Continue reading

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Windy morning!

Although a beautiful morning, it was also a windy morning.  The wind was blowing from the south creating some chop, but it was still very enjoyable.  I paddled down to the boat ramp and when I got there, I spotted … Continue reading

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Turtles!!!

Another beautiful morning here on Maui!  When I first went out paddling, the water was not as glassy as it was yesterday, but still very nice.  By the time I got down to the boat ramp, the wind backed off … Continue reading

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Another Perfect Morning!

Wow, another beautiful Maui morning and the conditions could not have been more perfect!  The water is so clear right now, it is amazing.  As I paddled down to the boat ramp, I noticed that the top of Haleakala was … Continue reading

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