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May 25, 2012



Everything looks so lush and green there in Hilo. We need to use an automatic lawn sprinkler system every day, unless it rains heavily.


Nice! I see you have a lot of small pots of plants in your shade house.


ah, Moku o Keawe! Sorta miss it sometimes. Your spread is real nice. Coconuts of Damocles have certainly taken out some notables in Hi history - though can't remember any particulars. Thanks for the pix. Eat at Ken's House of Pancakes for me sometime.

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Thank you for the pix of the shade house. It is very interesting. Your estate is lovely and the lushness confirms everything that people who just dream of Hawaii think about what it must be like.


Maria: We get 120 inches of rain a year in this spot, so no wonder it's green around here! Most of it is in the form of short, intense showers, and when we're in our best rain pattern it falls mostly at night.


It looks like a very beautiful setting. Lovely photos and always enjoyable to see the environment of others.


Rain: And I love the pix of the desert that you post. We actually have desert here on the Island, believe it or not. I'll try getting pix to show. We have a very large range of climates on the Big Island, which is like a mini-continent.

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