Go Coco be free....find your family. Who really knows what day it is on this fantastic voyage. We got a little mixed up with the Mai Tai marathon and late night adventures. It might be the endless summer at this rate. Coach always says it doesnt matter "where or when", you should always give it your all. His pep talks are so motivational, except he always finishes everything with "...in a van down by the river."
Every morning Smith proclaims that he will hunt dinner with his mighty spear fishing skills. Every night I go to the grocery store and buy something to cook up. The problem is he cant get to the big fish since he can only hold is breath for 10 secs and he swims like a Rhino. As the picture shows its one deadly spear hunting team, or one hungry spear fishing team. The battle will continue.A long relaxing drive up the Leeward Coast in the worlds greatest wrangler brought a relaxing day with amazing views. We stoped at Keana Beach and cruised the cliffs edge watching the massive waves crash through the caves. There was a local man there who had been fishing the area for 30yrs and told great stories of whale watching, seal encounters, crazy surfers, dumb tourists trying to be cool( its a good thing we got to him before we were a statistic) and others. We cruised back grabbing the local Hawaiian plate lunch with a surprising Boston College fan, go War eagles. Somewhat uneventful from the others but enjoyable at all times.