Happy Camper for Monday, Jan. 2, 2017

Gloria Heintz of Lewiston, Idaho, and Camas Nation of Yakima, Washington, said they planned to watch the Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova comet on New Year’s Eve from the South Shore wall near the Sheraton Kauai Resort. They knew about the comet even before Tom Fleming talked about it during the Friday Night Art Walk in Hanapepe.

La‘i Kaulili, a volunteer at the Storybook Theater, was less than a handful into the jar of dimes before finding the one needed to complete her dimes collection. David Leopold comes back to the Storybook Theater on Jan. 29 to take people on more treasure hunts.

Mahalo to Chef Carla Dusenberry who happened to have a bag of “half-way between mochi and arare” for sampling, and more mahalo to Santa who dropped off a bunch of goodies for Christmas.

Greg Askew has a new Ono Pops flavor — Thai Ginger — that Alexandra Kanahele (she hasn’t gone back to Oahu yet) and Jadyn Naka‘ahiki (she didn’t make Santa’s visit to Kalapaki Beach) haven’t tried because their foodie wasn’t at the Kauai Community Market.

Shari Amimoto was able to get Greg Enos and Gerald Ako of the HGEA to get the final kadomatsu out before New Year’s.

OK, time to get back into sports mode …

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