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2017

Move-In Day: Home Sweet Home (Tampa, FL)

May 9, 2017 |

We just said goodbye to Hawaii for the 2nd time. 1st moving from Waikiki to our RV in America. Now, moving to Florida from Waianae, Hawaii. Butterflies in the stomach with this move back to the mainland. But, we look forward to all the cruise ports, arts & entertainment that flows through Tampa. Read More

Explore Hawaii: DJI Mavic Drone Footage – Surfing Our Home Break

February 17, 2017 |

Only my 5th time playing around with my new DJI Mavic mustering up the courage to fly it over water. The Mavic isn’t waterproof. Before this day, I’ve been immersing myself watching drone video how-to’s on YouTube. Read More

Explore Hawaii: Hiking in West Oahu from the DJI Mavic Drone’s Perspective

February 16, 2017 |

My 4th go with the drone, as I learn to fly the DJI Mavic. This time, we set off on a short hike up the beautiful mountains of Oahu where we had shelter from the sun in a shallow cave. … Read More

Goodbye: Home Sweet Home in Waianae, HI

January 12, 2017 |

Having traveled so much during our RV Trip, we’ve been getting a little stir crazy living on the island. Yes, we love our friends, the laid back island life, boating & hiking but was there more of the world to explore? Was living in Hawaii just getting too expensive? Today, we put our Waianae home up for sale. Read More

Boating: First Time Snorkeling around the Underwater Pipe at Electric Beach

January 3, 2017 |

Having a cousin who grew up in Oahu but currently lives in Washington, he showed us one of his favorite places to snorkel in West Oahu. Jumping aboard our 20-foot motorized Mako 204cc, we head out exploring for spinner dolphins and humpback whales to allow the sun comes up and warm us all up. We arrived where the local power plant was visible about 100 yards from the beach area. But what lies beneath… underneath the water are two giant cooling pipes that pump warm water out. The flowing water is more than strong enough send you doing underwater cartwheels but I called it the “Underwater Pipe Elevator.” Enjoy the video.

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