On Saturday, we decided to go to the Sandpoint Farmer’s Market. The rainy season delayed many of the vegetables this year, but there were plenty of crafts, jams, fruit and raw milk vendors. It took a bit of coaxing to get Schäfer off this trike.
Schäfer was happy to see Coco the
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At 5:30am, we traveled to the airport. Thank you Karen for the ride!
After some internet research, we knew we would have to pay $15 check in one bag.
No surprises there, but a bit of culture shock began.
Last time we were in America, the first bag was free and the second bag
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Some people come to Hawaii for…
horse back riding
dolphin & turtle diving
and expensive luau’s.
But we came for…
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During our final day in Hawaii, we decided to hunt down a couple of eating dives and chase the sunset at the beach.
For lunch we enjoyed Kalua pork and Lomi salmon among other Hawaiian specialties at Young’s Fish Market.
Talk about going local! This place was packed. (I took this
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Aside from the USS Arizona and USS Missouri, there are plenty of other activities to build up your appetite at the National Park. Since you can’t carry bags at all, you are limited to the concession stands. Thankfully they were pretty good and not overly expensive. The big hot dogs with unlimited cheese, chili
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On December 7, 1941 a squadron of Japanese naval aircraft conducted an attack on US military bases in Hawaii, including the Naval Fleet stationed at Pearl Harbor. Two waves of aircraft attacked resulting in the destruction of a number of ships and the loss of 2,402 military personnel. The attack was completely unexpected, especially
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