errands can be fun! spaced out on
my way to vet to get pill refill for miso and
ended up at Hana airport, just an airstrip really
but it's trim
and tidy--fly with confidence!
offered rides to pedestrians who weren't even
hitching but they accepted gladly. needed to
print out shipping label at combination school
& public library
and was slightly astounded
to find Good
Soldier Svejk hardback on the
"free books" cart, along
with some Prather
pulps. printed 2 pages for
and paid a $2 fine, my version of a donation.
it's a small town vibe and a trip to post
is a load of laughs. don't
tell, but Hasegawa's
has the cheapest beer on Maui, only you never
know what's on sale when. the secret is the
sell-by date is coming fast. time
to kill before
the mathematically challenged bank clerk
got back from lunch so i went next door and
scored the last special at Pranee's,
otherwise it can take way too
long. be careful what you do while eating!
it really becomes a part of you! in this case i
was lucky--a nutritious interview with Llyn
sent me by Ratwing
mahi mahi i walked to cultural
volunteer's enthusiasm made me smile.
history here is of course tragic, like most
places. time to do some banking. the new
credit union branch finally opened and it was
a slow but pleasant transaction in shabby
little office with a string of plastic
stapled to the wall. Christmas is definitely
up at Hamoa.
Hana has it all!