Capitalism Flourishes on Maui A major trash hauler came to this island a few years ago and has been working diligently to put the smaller haulers out of business. Like a big fish, Maui Disposal has been on the attack. They have either devoured or crippled, not only the waste haulers but also the recycling […]
Winter has hit Maui. Although it started out sunny, the rest of the day was blustery, cold and wet. Anyone who says there are no seasons in the tropics isn’t opening their eyes. It was the perfect day to sit at our desks and work on all those little projects sunny days keep us away […]
Two nights ago, I dreamed Bob and I were picnicking on the beach with Shaun and Pam and another couple, probably Rick and Christine. It was a beautiful day and it was just the 6 of us. We were relaxed and enjoying each other’s company. Pamela was sitting on the rocks nearest to the water. […]
I just finished boxing up all of our horse stuff. A good friend was kind enough to take responsibility for distributing it to the less fortunate students in her riding barn. Four boxes, a saddle, rack and whip doesn’t seem like much but we have been thinning it down for years.
In the wake of last week’s presidential election, the tension is palpable on the highways and in the letters to the editor. We were rear-ended while sitting at a stop sign yesterday. There seem to be more sirens and barking dogs than usual. Our social structure is beginning to unravel. Chaos cannot be too far […]