It’s a good thing Sean Smith of San Jose, California, came to Kauai to judge cars, said Harvey Maeda of Kauai Classic Cars. Sean (he’s the grandson of Liz Kerns of Reno, Nevada) hatches and sells snake eggs (he should’ve gone to see Mark Bonilla of Jamba Juice so they could talk about hatching eggs).
Kudos to Clarence Sales (he’s hoping some Kauai teams make it to the title games), Ipo Yoshioka, and all those involved in the Kauai Hoops Classic, as more good (really good!) basketball games are on tap through the final championships tonight at the Kauai High School gym.
Liz Hahn of Kauai Bettas discovered that, in Canada, red ribbon is first and blue ribbon is second. She was at the Kauai Community Market (Melissa McFerrin-Warrack said there were a “bazillion” people present when the market opened, even with the King’s Parade and Celebration (kudos to Melissia Sugai and her “team!”) going on in Lihue.
Liz Hahn (congratulations on the good showing in the Betta Breeders Canada Show, where she picked up medals for 24, including seven first places and three Best of Variety, of the 30 bettas she entered!) is back at the Kauai Community Market after being sidelined by a knee injury, and Ursa Swift of Midnight Bear Breads (we have bread again!) is back home from New Zealand. Liz said she’s off to the betta convention in a few weeks because the event will be at the Queen Mary (Long Beach is a great place to visit).