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Wendy Cevola 9/23/17 More projects plus into the kiln.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-11-19 7:45 pm   Permalink

Day 3 in Kauai, Hawaii

It looks like someone thought up a new way to attract buyers for the tourist tikis. Nope we didn't get one.


Our favorite place on Kauai is Smith's Tropical Paradise. It is huge and easy to walk for two hours. At the gate you can buy chicken feed for 50 Cents a bag, 12 bags works best, or get 5 pounds at the grocery store for $4. You will need a bag with a shoulder strap to carry so much weight.


The entire place is this beautiful and usually empty. $6 per person. Opens at 8:30 am and closes at 4 PM. There are bathrooms and water near the Luau area.
It is this beautiful the entire walk.


We try to keep all the birds walking with us the entire time. That's why we like to have so much bird feed.









Every direction is a postcard view.




My record is five birds in the hand at once.


These are the only tikis.




We also go off of the paved trails and walk in the surrounding tropical forest.




I was so lucky that these were ripe and ready to be picked.


the last flower photo before we headed out of the garden.


There are 250,000 chickens in Hawaii.


There are more than 250,000 cars. We found many times we were in stop and go traffic.


We would just pull off and go to a meal. I didn't always work because the traffic was still bad when we were done.


Back at our hotel it was peaceful and time to relax and to read.



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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-11-19 9:46 pm   Permalink

Great pics
Looks like another fun Cevola trip







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Posted: 2016-11-20 7:50 pm   Permalink

More great looking work! I love, love, love the moai bowl; can't wait to see it all finished.

I'm just catching up on the latest pictures because apparently we were on Kauai the same time as you - and staying right down the street! It would have been fun to spot you over there; so far it looks like we were right behind you. I'm sad to be back in SD, but your pictures let me pretend I'm still there (in this moment when I'm not looking at my own.)

Aloha!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-11-20 8:05 pm   Permalink

Wow, Gilligan had trouble too. hang10tiki you are so good at researching!

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Day 4 of our trip to Kauai, Hawaii.


We decided to play golf. There is one on the island located in a tropical garden.


We picked the color we liked best.


Dan was a bit put off but soon warmed to the game.


It was really pretty. We decided to play our best and whoever won got to saw where we went next.


Dan was lucky they had nets for when the ball when into water traps.


I love bamboo and


Dan loves coffee.


When we reached the end I added up the scores and


Dan was the winner!


We headed back to Hanalei and found a real tribal art store.


Dan loves to be with tikis.


Inside we found a real Bill Collins tiki, center left.


Another of his carvings was in the main room.


It's sad but Dan is done collecting. We really have no room left in our home.


Dan was a great winner. He took me to my favorite restaurant from a past trip. The Dolphin which is on a beautiful river.


On the way back to the hotel we stopped to look out at the lighthouse. We didn't hike it this time.


Then in the town of Kapaa we stopped at the Made in Kauai store and found a friends art. The whole wall is Randy's aka Chongolio.com.


Not only did we see his work the owner got him on the phone and we set up a date to visit him at the store. We know him from his days at Forbidden Island. It was fun to track him down.

Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2016-11-21 10:01 am   Permalink

Day 5 of our trip to Kauai, Hawaii.

We have always made the river trip to see the Fern Grotto. It's a fun trip.


We went the year before the Hurrican and the year right after. It was lush like this and then it was devastated with all the trees blown over and the sun hitting what was left of the ferns.


It has stayed that way. Now there are bathrooms and a platform where there had been a small tropical valley.


The ferns are not as plentiful either. However if this is your first time it is still a very beautiful spot.


In the past we stood in the cave while a lady sang the Hawaiian wedding song down in the valley.


Now it was time to


hike back to the boat.


No singing and dancing on the trip back. You just relax and enjoy the beauty.


We drove to the other side of the river to see an aerial view of our boat ride.


Then on the other side was the fall that runs to the river.


The fall is just up the road from the old Coco Palms. It's like a ghost hotel since the hurricane.


Time for lunch.


Our view was of a palm tree grove.


We have 9 days to go. Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2016-11-21 4:44 pm   Permalink

Thanks for the latest pictures. We missed the fern grotto again; one of these days we'll have to do that.

I forgot to say previously - 12 bags of bird seed!! Wow. We only had two and caused quite a ruckus, you must have been under siege!


 
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Posted: 2016-11-21 8:55 pm   Permalink

Great photos

But

"Dans done collecting"

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
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Posted: 2016-11-22 09:31 am   Permalink

bamalamalu I did so love to hold out my handful of grain and have the birds knocking each other off as the gobbled grain. I got so much so that it lasted until the end of a two hour walk. We explore everywhere. Dan is wonderful to carry so much weight for me.

hang10tiki he got a few things which I'll show at the end of posting. Once in a while he'll pick out something at an event. I have two Gecko'z mugs for him for Christmas.

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Day 6 of our trip to Kauai, Hawaii

In the town of Kapaa there is a shell shop. I do gather shells for doing my lamps so we went inside. They also had this wall of tikis. However we didn't buy any but I did buy some shells.


There is a recreated Hawaiian Village along the same river as the Fern Grotto. We had never gone there in past trips so now was the time. It sure was a narrow road going down the hillside.


At the pay booth people were signing up for kyats to take out on the river. This is such a cool tiki with a bamboo headdress.


While we waited to pay we found a kitten in a basket.


It loved to have it's head scratched.


We bought more grain to feed their birds.


This chicken leaped into the air to peck grain. See no legs ma!


This tiki was outside a real bathroom.


This one was in a hut.


Here's the hut.


I loved this flower. They were falling off of a tree.


When in Tahiti I bought a shot glass. After we were home I found that the Ta was missing.


Now we are in Kauai and the Ve is missing. I wonder what I will find next?


We saw a sign for a state park so we stopped.


We found a rock foundation or wall. It was the smallest state park I have ever gone to.


For all the Forbidden Island people here's our friend and artist Randy Chongolio Bain.


Ever since hang10tiki made his Honu Lounge I've been hung-up on sea turtles. I bought this print from Randy for my home.


We all had a fun visit in front of his art wall. If you are in Kauai the shop is the Made in Kauai shop in Kapaa.


If I allowed it Dan would eat Mexican style food every day. He was in withdrawal so to keep him happy we went here.


I thought this bottle tree was a fun idea.


Thank you all for taking this trip with us. There are more days ahead. Wendy

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Posted: 2016-11-23 10:23 am   Permalink

Day 7 of our trip to Kauai, Hawaii.


I found a flier from the restaurant in Hanalei. All tiki people should go.


They do have mugs and bowls for sale. Chongolio did the orange mug in the photo.


We got up in time for the sunrise. Instead it looked like a huge storm was on the way. Nope a few light sprinkles was all. The drought is real.


We took off for the Kilohana Plantation for lunch


at Gaylords.


This is a very nice place for a meal. $$$$



We decided to take the train to tour the plantation.


Once on-bored I took a selfie.


These chickens took off running after the train. I should have done a video.


Bananas.



I think these are papaya trees.



The train stopped and we got off to feed the livestock.


Pineapple plants.


This is a taro patch.



After the train ride we went into a gift shop and saw these carved coconuts. Cool.


We went outside and found a place to go that wasn't the usual.


We like to explore ON the beaten path.


A gardener's shack that was god enough to be a painting.



I can't remember the names of these TV falls. It was super hard to find parking but we were patient and eventually we got out to see them. We left fast so more could do the same.






We couldn't stay away from Smith's Tropical Paradise. It really is a magical place. We organized the grain and set off to feed the birds.





























Back at our hotel room we fed the birds.


We really could be happy feeding birds all day long.








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Posted: 2016-11-24 02:20 am   Permalink

Wendy & Dan, nice pictures - it looked like you had a great day.


 
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Posted: 2016-11-24 12:30 pm   Permalink

Birds everywhere

Those coconut faces are great

Happy Thanksgiving u 2


Cheers

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Posted: 2016-11-25 4:54 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki, one day in Hawaii I thought I saw you. I was sad it wasn't you. I hope you recovered from turkey day.



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Day 8 our trip to Kauai, Hawaii.


This is our last morning at Kapaa and the Marriot courtyard hotel. Dan is already sad to leave this view. I like to drive less so South we go.


On our way to our next hotel we passed through the tree tunnel. It is still recovering from


another hurricane but to us it looks great.


We turned right then left at Old Koloa Town.



On the way to the hotel we stopped at a Poipu shopping center for lunch at the Dolphin.


Same place as in Hanalei and the menu just the same too.


In a shop we saw these pineapples. The first time we had ever seen them was at Sacramento's Jungle Bird.


Not an inexpensive drinking vessel.


We arrived at the Sheraton, Poipu and checked into our room. Then


we went for a walk out back. The pool area was also a beautiful garden.


We kept on walking on the hotel property until we


were next door. What a surprise to be in a huge cactus garden.


It was like another planet.


We continued to walk until we left here and


were in front of a restaurant with an orchid garden. What a change.


We turned right and walked back to our hotel on the ocean side.


We found another pool area with a wonderful view. Now it was time to relax.


Thank you Woo Hoo for finding the Sheraton for us. It's a very special place.

Cheers, Wendy

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Maybe that was me


Beautiful photos
Thanks for posting

Cheers
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Posted: 2016-11-26 2:16 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki I was hoping but alas it was not.

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Update on the Wish List #7. While posting these photos I am working every day. I will have photos to share of projects once I finish the vacation.

Day 9 of our trip to Kauai, Hawaii.



Today we go to a very expensive ($50 per person) garden ride and stroll tour with a guide. We were a group of 7.


We were on an open air cart.


The tour was four hours and I took hundreds of photos. I will use them in black velvet paintings. I have 3 Wishes for paintings so far. I can say that because some people signed up without a project tagged to their names. When I'm ready I will contact them to see what I am creating for them.

These are some of the photos I liked best.


















Throughout the gardens there were bronze statues. Some comical and most scenes from life.


Even though this garden and land has been put in trust for the Hawaiian people the 88 year old lady who originally owned it is still adding features to the garden. She believes that children born here may never be able to leave the island to see more of the world so she is building places for them to experience.

Here is snow even thought the Big Island has it I don't believe Kauai does.


For the rest of us there is a Hawaiian village and


a concrete tiki.


Then the southwest with American Indians.



Every drive is beautiful so it never matters if the traffic is bad or in this case not. There's always something to see.


The last outing was lunch in Old Kohola town. Just off main street there's a tiki place.
Someone gave this Gecko a cherry and it licked the cherry the whole time we were there. As we left we saw more in the garden with more licking gecko's.


We noticed that one table had vintage shakers. Dan was happy he had sets of these in his collection so that he didn't have to beg to buy them.




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