Thankfully we have yet to run into any cockroaches and centipedes inside our home. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to avoid the man-o-war for very long when one got the best of me and made its way down my suit. Four days later I still have a burn mark along my side. What mean little creatures! The Hana Highway stays true to its name and I struggle every time we drive it. Driving the backside of the island is our way out of Hana now, free from nausea and throw-up. Although it has been a busy month, we have managed to get out and explore a little. Aviana is always elated to be outdoors, especially when we go to the beach. She definitely keeps us on our toes and loves the water, which I couldn't be more excited about. Hopefully soon, Tyler will be able to start managing the livestock, until then we all still anxiously wait for the final closing date. We've at least been able to enjoy the Hana Ranch and have fallen in love with the people we get to work alongside. We absolutely love Hana and the quiet, quaint beauty that is here in this small town.
This is our beautifully, stunning view outside our living room windows.
Taking a stroll on Oprah's private beach
Hamoa Bay is our favorite and offers some GREAT body boarding/surfing with a plus of being 5 minutes from home
Sunday walks consist of family selfies and watching sea turtles at Hana Bay
Can you imagine being a rancher in Hawaii?
Supporting the community at the Maui Mountain Ball Tournament held in Hana. It's not your typical baseball/softball game.
This beauty graced us with her magnificent presence on our hike to the falls
Our adorable beach babe ready to plunge head first into the next wave
Soaking in the beauty of the Hokulea arriving in Hana Bay
The backside. Our road to town.
Family video of what we've been up to