Happy Camper for Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Greg Askew of Ono Pops shows off the real deal li hing mui powder (Gwen Silva loves it with fruit!) they produce in their Hanama‘ulu factory and sell at the Aloha Market Thursdays at the National Tropical Botanical Garden South Shore Visitor Center in Kukui‘ula.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Dominique Chambers of Cozy Noodle and Abby Toulon of Koloa Farms (her hives are really close to the National Tropical Botanical Garden South Shore Visitor Center in Kukui‘ula) share a tent at the Aloha Market at the NTBG visitor center).

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    National Tropical Botanical Garden volunteer Dot Long takes advantage of customers making up their minds to knit an addition to her inventory Thursday at the Aloha Market at the National Tropical Botanical Garden South Shore Visitor Center in Kukui‘ula.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Everything goes together for Ashley La Belle of La Belle Lifewear, who shows off an accessory hat that goes along with her lifewear, at the Aloha Market at the National Tropical Botanical Garden South Shore Visitor Center in Kukui‘ula.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kalena Pacheco of Wailua Garden gets a visit from her jewelry-maker friend Elicia Meyer Thursday during the Aloha Market at the National Tropical Botanical Garden South Shore Visitor Center in Kukui‘ula.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Dominique Chambers of Cozy Bowl shows off the ulu pasta salad she sells at the Thursday Aloha Market at the National Tropical Botanical Garden South Shore Visitor Center in Kukui‘ula.

Dominque Chambers of Cozy Bowl (real fancy noodles) created an ulu noodle and turned it into an ulu pasta salad (is that going to be available at the Grove Farm Market?) that everyone was grinding during the Aloha Market hosted by the National Tropical Botanical Garden South Shore Visitor Center in Kukui‘ula, where Elvrine Chow of Heavenly Haku (what kind of fancy flower is cover the hoya?) had some pre-made wristlets for shoppers wanting a grab-and-go floral piece.

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