Happy Camper for Sunday, March 4, 2012

The rain was coming down so hard, Westy Morita developed hat hair and had to keep her cap on Saturday. She is excited because all her Girls Day cupcake specials sold out (so did Sandi Kato-Klutke’s Girls Day mochi and goodies).

She said the Sugar Mill Cupcakes shop at Roxy Square in Kapa‘a should be opening this week.

Mary Lardizabal (her Kapa‘a Middle School ‘ukulele band will play at the Sugar Mill grand opening) stopped by, along with a lot of people who braved the Saturday morning rains.

Brian Yamamoto had the group of ethno-biology students “shopping” at the Kaua‘i Community Market, and the Tropic Care Kaua‘i troops had a convenient place to find lunch.

J.Q. Smith said he had to wear boots to harvest the KCC Garden crop Saturday, and Glenn Hontz was talking with Melinda Uohara (no more lilikoi butter when you come late) about his new program.

Melinda was looking for Sandy Poehnelt of The Right Slice, but there was too much rain for pie Saturday.

Don’t forget, this is the last week to take advantage of Tropic Care Kaua‘i (and the bus is running free until Saturday).

• Dennis Fujimoto, photographer and staff writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 253) or dfujimoto@ thegardenisland.com.


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