February 2019


MAHALO By Laurie Long   I want to say a few words about the Hawaiian language. Hawaiian seems to consist almost entirely of vowels with a few, lonely consonants thrown in as afterthoughts. (Our Hana campground, Waianapanapa, is a good example.)  You probably know that ‘aloha’ means both hello and goodbye and has a generally …

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POETIC By Margaret Ann Porter   Jean was running away from a storm and feared that all would be lost. The weather outside was clear and cool – her mind had conjured up the wind and lighting and thundering hail. Two kids were safe with grandparents, her babies, a boy not yet out of diapers …

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