Madeline

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Madeline approached as a category 3 hurricane.  By the time the storm reached the Big Island it had downgraded to a category 1, and then a tropical storm.  Winds were strong, but not damaging.  Rain was heavy, and some flooding did take place.  Overall, the storm has not fully passed fully by yet, but the worse seems to be over.

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Right behind Madeline is Lester, and Lester is a category 4 hurricane.  It has picked up speed and will be here sooner than expected.  Hopefully, a repeat of Madeline will occur with Lester.  We will see and I will keep you informed.

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Hawai’i Admissions Day

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Hawaii’s Statehood Day commemorates Hawaii’s admission as a state on August 21, 1959

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Thursday Trade Winds

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Hot Summer Day At The Ice Pond

 

 

Drying Out Tuesday

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Mauna Loa

Finally got a sunny day with partly cloudy skys

 

 

Hilo Rain

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Nui ka ua o Hilo! Pololei aka, maika’i kēlā, “Ue la lani, ola ka honua.”

Monday starts with pouring rain.  So much rain that waterfalls popup everywhere.  However, rain is always welcomed here.  It rains a lot in Hilo, but that’s good. When the sky weeps, the Earth lives. 

 

Hale Pule

 

sunday

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One of the unique characteristics of the Hawaiian Islands are the places of worship.  The Heiau’s, Churches, and Temples, they can be found everywhere within walking distance.  Faith is a strong bind in the fabric of life in Hawai’i.

 

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