Kudos to Sonja Kass, Ben Sullivan, and the many others (Beth Tokioka was watching the electric vehicles at the Kauai Community Market) on a great Kauai Electric Vehicle Ride and Drive (Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr. even took the Electric Soul for a spin around the parking lot under the scrutiny of video cameras).
My name is Robin Bloom. I am a brain injury survivor of three traumatic brain injuries who has learned how to thrive, overcome fear, recreate my life, reclaim my personal power and spiritually awaken to agreater love.
I love the Captain Cook Caper Run in Waimea. I ran in it Saturday, for the fifth straight year. And while my time for the 5k was my slowest yet (blame a sciatic nerve problem) it was still fun for many reasons:
This question is one that is commonly asked this time of year when people are on the New Year’s resolution road to health and wellness.
Placido Valenciano said Matt Mittermayer is a sea captain in Alaska during the summer, and comes to Hawaii to count whales in the winter. Matt and Emma Mittermayer were on hand to help the West Kauai Methodist Church (Judge Randal Valenciano said they had too many people when he got there so spent the time browsing) with the malasada (those were cannon balls!) sales at the Waimea Town Celebration.
The optimal design for the human frame given what we do on a daily basis and how long we currently live is not much like what we have. We should be much shorter, thicker, more heavily boned and muscled in order to stay optimally active well into our 80s and 90s.
At a meeting of the Kauai Board of Supervisors on May 5, 1920, Kapaa homesteader Elmer M. Cheatham’s request for an appropriation of $200 to bring rainbow trout to Kauai and to distribute them at Kokee was received, and upon the motion of Walter Duncan McBryde, seconded by Joseph F. Bettencourt Jr., the request was approved.