Farmers in Hawaii

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USS Arizona memorial. An absolute must see.

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Hammock on the beach. Paradise.

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Kahua Beef Ranch on the big island.

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A vanilla plant. Very delicate and expensive.

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Yes. Almost $5 for a gallon of milk.

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Horseback riding in Hawaii. Now checked off my bucket list.

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On our way to the luau.

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Hula dancers.

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Itty bitty lizard.

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Whale watching boat.

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5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Wayne Nieman on January 17, 2012 at 5:00 pm

    Your photos look great–beats winter in Iowa!

  2. Liz, I see you wore your America Needs Farmers (ANF) tshirt while riding horses; makes it all the more special. Thanks! It was good to see you there, thanks for doing the WHO radio interview with Bob Quinn; you did a great job!
    Laurie

  3. Posted by ravindra on January 18, 2012 at 4:03 am

    Your blog always gives me a sense of disparity between American and Indian farmer. Farming in India is for less educated people, people who lack exposure and scientific aptitude. In my part of India, the farmers are very rigid and primitive in their thinking. They follow the same stone age practices of living and farming. It feels good to follow a farmer who is at par with the world, educated, progressive, flexible in thinking, and internet savvy.

  4. Was great seeing you! Thanks for being sure we caught up!

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