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Monday, October 28, 2013

Kaena Point

There is still a lot to do all the way up Yokohama Bay to Kaena Point. The Waianae range comes too close to the road. Someday some smarty pants is going to move part of that mountain over to Kaena Point and make it into the best park on this island, plenty of solid rocks there already. And with it comes one of the best beaches on this island.

"The river of truth is always splitting up into arms that reunite.
Islanded between them, the inhabitants argue for a lifetime
as to which is the mainstream."

And there will be a way to drive around Kaena Point all the way to Mokuleia and the North Shore. Think of the commerce that would evolve between the Waianae Coast and the North Shore, but the Present Rail Party would not permit it. Honolulu is first and foremost. This is already an urban island and the Present Rail Party knows that. But it's the money, Sonny. And those mainlanders intend on getting as much of it as possible in the next ten years. Millions and Millions of dollars in this Rail Disaster.


 "Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed.
 
You can still talk story about surfing and the wonders of Makaha with living legend Buffalo Keaulana. This veteran of 36 years as an Oahu lifeguard and father of two champion surfers hangs out every day on Makaha Beach. And there are more.

 "I'll Remember You" by Don Ho
 
 
Makaha Studios and Searider Production are both looking good on the Waianae Coast. However the rumor is that one of them is the pocket of the Present Rail Party. We have to inquire a little more into this and get it right. Meanwhile Hawaii Free Press is doing a terrific job of covering the West. Who needs the Star Advertiser? Not me.

Pub's Side Note: Some of the wheels in the dance community have to be dragged, kicking and screaming into the 21st century. I will not do that. If they do not want it they shall not have it. But the sign on the door I leave open still says welcome.