Island Days: Walkin’ the Hood

Out and about in Manoa Valley: Here’s a few little shots of the neighborhood, the husband, HawaiiFamily’s dog, and the local flora.

Just around the corner from home.
Ignore the telephone pole growing out of the husband’s head and the collision-leaning street sign. Instead, just take note of the obediently stationary puppeh and the gorgeous green hills.

The husband and Patches.

The husband and Patches.

“The biggest trees you’ve ever seen are in Manoa”
Please reference Perry Como’s “Seattle” for the obvious tie-in.

Diggin' the husband's new chapeau, especially with the Zepelin tee and a giant tree.

Diggin' the husband's new chapeau, especially with the Zeppelin tee and a giant tree.

A closer look.

A closer look.

In Bloom
A couple of the more exotic blooms in the neighborhood.

Spiky Whites

Spiky Whites

A Flcok of Paradise

Flock of Paradise

Go Local, Eat Your Colors
The miniature Tuesday farmer’s market at Manoa Market Place. We bought all the best green things today: papayas, sugar snap peas, and  limes.

Rainbow by the binful.

Rainbow by the binful.

More as it comes…

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