Here are some sunsets for you.
Ray's boat.  He says he never
measured it, but he figures it's about 12
feet long.  Imagine sticking 4 people in
that and bouncing around the Pacific
Ocean in it!  Actually, the twin hulls
make for increased stabililty.
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You may recall mention of the "City of Refuge" during our visit with the dolphins (p. 18, April 29, third photo from the
end).  Item number nine (9) on the rendering above is the structure in the photo, taken from the right of the rendering.  
The rendering is taken from a brochure of the place.  I will also include the text from the brochure so you've got the full
skinny on this place better than I could explain it.
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Legend for drawing above
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Text 1
Text 2
This sign greets you as you
enter at location (1)
Location (2) on rendering
Movement out of the corner of my eye caught
my attention.  Crabs do indeed walk
sideways.  (Referring to the song by the
Smothers Brothers, "Crabs Walk Sideways
and Lobsters Walk Straight"
And then I got distracted by all these sea turtles along the shore...
Their shells probably measure between 18-24 inches in diameter
Hale o Keawe (9)
There were perhaps a half dozen of them feeding along the shore
A panoramic view of the bay where we first swam with the dolphins
At location (9) looking at (12) 'Ale'ale'a
At (12) looking at (9)
The Great Wall (8)
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June 23, 2006
Sunsets
June 24, 2006
Pu'uhonua o Honaunau (City of Refuge)
At Hale 0 Keawe (9)
This is the boat ramp where we put the
boat in back in April
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