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Ask nibblet1 about Maroon Bells. Reviewed July 26, Beautiful to see Local police contacted the company, which provided law enforcement with the location of the truck. According to GPS location, the truck was traveling down a dirt road about 25 miles outside of Selkirk heading toward a reservation.
According to Ouellette, police notified him that his truck was being impounded while a forensics investigation was underway. I was scared.
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So I guess you can say, it all worked out in the end. I met a bunch of very nice people up there who I plan to fish with for the rest of my life. Teddy Roosevelt National Park is breathtaking. I'll have to check…. After breakfast we continued our walk down Pe'e road heading toward Shipwreck beach and the Hyatt. We cut through the lobby at the Point at Poipu and then sat on some rocking chairs on a lanai that overlooks the grounds and koi ponds. And we sat there for a while and watched a squall darken the hills beyond the Hyatt and soon the Hyatt itself and before long the rain started hitting us.
And so we retreated into the lobby as the squall turned into a full-fledged downpour and soon the mops came out. But it only lasted about twenty minutes and as the sky threatened more rain we headed for home intending on ducking into a condo stairwell or parkade on Pe'e road if necessary.
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Before long we arrived at Poipu beach and just in time to watch a big turtle crawl out of the surf and onto the beach. Then we walked past a monk seal sleeping on the sand. And everyone, people and animals alike seemed to be having a good time. Soon we arrived back at the condo and as the skies were clearing we went down to the lawn for another shift. But we were hit with a few more brief squalls that day and each time we stood under the roof overhang of the beach shack and waited it out. A very large praying mantis did the same thing and in between the rain squalls I spotted some spinner dolphins putting on a show out beyond the surfers and watched a frigate bird soaring high above, Then it was wine at sunset and bbq Ono for dinner and another day was done.
The next day, Wednesday, was more eventful as the plan was to walk to the Kukui'ula mall that afternoon for the night foodie market. We spent the day on the loungers on the lawn, big surprise, and I hand fed pieces of macadamia nut to these little brown chickadees.
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The males would take the food from between my fingers although the females were a little more hesitant. And then something I had never seen on the lawn occured. Because the female chickadees were being out competed by the males for bits of nut I started tossing bits to them. And one piece of nut landed beside the hedge that separates the lawn from the beach and went unnoticed by the birds. But someone saw the piece of nut because I saw a pair of eyes peering out of the hedge.
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And then a little polynesian rat crept out of the hedge and picked up the piece of nut and went back into the hedge. Fortunately none of the ladies on the lawn saw the rat as they were all reading and texting. But one dude farther down the lawn saw it and smiled and laughed. I think he thought I was feeding the rat. But I wasn't, I was feeding the birds and a rat just happened to get a stray piece of nut. I guess that's why they don't want you feeding the critters. But I'd have to say that as rats go the polynesian rat is a lot cuter than say a roof rat or a Norwegian as it's more dainty with a head more like a mouse.
After our shift on the lawn we got ready for the market at the condo and then walked down Poipu road toward the market. And then while walking along the side of the road I spotted something unusual down in the rocks by the ocean. It was long and dead and white and for a moment I feared it might be a human limb. But no, I soon realized that it looked more like a dead shark. And so I carefully climbed down over the rocks as it was somewhat treacherous in flip flops and as I approched the carcass these big black crabs scuttled away.
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And sure enough it was a dead Thresher shark identifiable by its tail. There was a large circle hook through its mouth and the heavy test line had been cut just beyond its snout and so I surmised that someone had caught it night fishing on shore and cut the line rather than risk their fingers to a thrashing shark.
It was only about three feet long but still easily capable of trashing fingers. I took a couple of photos, felt sorry for the little guy having its life cut short and then made my way back up over the rocks leaving the crabs to do their work. We had never been walking along the road at sunset and we were surprised at the number of people who had come down to the road from the condos.
And as we got closer to Koloa landing quite a few people were setting up for night fishing. And I thought that between all these guys fishing and the dead shark down the road I would never snorkel there where the Waikaloa stream flows into the ocean.
The market was lively and I soon discovered that my wife had an agenda. First the pie vendor and then the soup vendor for Hungarian mushroom soup. I had a chance to sample some white pineapple. We met a nice lady who worked at the Tori Richards store who invited us to come to Brennecke's on Friday night as she was in the house band. We planned on going but didn't as we would have gotten drenched during the walk. We wouldn't have gone even if we had a car as some adult beverages were involved in getting ready and before the rains came.
And so we strolled the market and I had another chance to confirm the piratical poke pricing at the Dolphin and took a photo for purposes of poke pricing comparison. My wife bought some clothes in a boutique while I and another dude sat in the 'man section', two chairs and a table with some man magazines and the store full of women making fun of us.
Then we picked up a couple of things at Long's and strolled home and we had never heard the Cicadas so loud. After arriving back at the condo we poured a couple of glasses of wine and strolled over to the Sheraton firepits and sat around for a while talking with other couples. And that was Wednesday. My notes kind of peter out for Thursday and Friday as by then the tropical indolence was really setting in.