Monthly Archives: September 2011

My Closet…a perspective of past years

For many of us a look into our closet is a look into our history, both the recent and the distant past. While clothing styles may change regularly some of us, such as “yours truly,” are not fashion icons and change … Continue reading

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IZ…The Man.

For those who read last week article about the Vaka Moana’s you might recall my reference to the Hawaiian musician “IZ”.  Today’s article is about the man. Please start here with this link and then come back (my aplolgies for … Continue reading

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Vaka Moanas

Vaka Moanas…Ocean voyaging canoes…Pacific Island Voyagers…Ocean preservation and understanding…Polynesian ancestral culture and tradition…Navigation by the sun and stars, wind and waves, clouds and wildlife.  A voyage motto of “Move your paddle silently through the water.” So unexpectedly on the evening … Continue reading

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A Wannabe Surfer Dude

I was born and raised in Massachusetts and was fortunate to spend a good deal of my life along the eastern seaboard.  I could be found on the beach at some point during most summer days and often found walking … Continue reading

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The Labor Day Weekend

Growing up I lived in a handful of different towns.  My family was transferred from one town to another as my Father was transferred for job positions within his company.  Most of the moving occurred in my younger years.  From … Continue reading

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