The Kona Dump Is Authorizing 100% Water Deprivation And 100% Food Deprivation To Slowly Dehydrate, Starve And Kill 100-150 Abandoned Cats – WHERE’S THE ALOHA?
As of 04/26/2021, The Kona Dump will, until a permanent solution is reached, allow cat feeding to continue – Thanks to one and all who called with their care and concerns. I think everyone agrees that the cats at the dump need a better solution, place to live and access to food, water and shelter. […]
Kona Photos In the Time Of Coronavirus 3-28-2020
Saturday is typically my day to go to the downtown Kona farmer’s market, then drop off trash. The farmer’s market is now closed, as is most of the town. Here are a few pictures showing ‘life’ around town… Most of the photos are around noon on 03/28/2020 Wide-open roads… Target slow given it is a […]
A Human Abandoned Me At The Kona Dump – Can You Share Your Aloha?
A Human Abandoned Me At The Kona Dump… Can You Share Your Aloha? I Don’t Even Know My Name: I am not really sure what my name is… It’s been a long since I have had a home. Most days, I don’t have any water, food, shelter, love, or care. A human abandoned me at […]
2019 Kona Ironman World Championship: Dates & Course Routes
The Kona IRONMAN World Championship returns. What this means for locals… Shelter In Place: Driving anywhere on October 12th? Going shopping? Going to the airport? Better think again and plan to shelter in place. The Kona Ironman World Championship race is going to close most major roads for much of the day. What this means […]
Everywhere You Go… Spread Aloha
Some Roads Just Lead Home…
Do you know where this is? “Well, I’m running down the road Tryin’ to loosen my load…”
High Surf Advisory has been issued for Kona, Hawaii
12/04/2018 The National Weather Service (NOAA) Has Issued A High Surf Advisory For Kona, Hawaii Good seats still available – but, please, at a safe distance. Kona-Big Island North and East- 330 AM HST Tue Dec 4 2018 …HIGH SURF ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO NOON HST THURSDAY… The National Weather Service in […]
What Causes The Orange And Red Sunsets On The Big Island (And Hawaii)?
Another Day, Another Kona Sunset: Almost every day there is more than ‘just a sunset,’ there is a Kona sunset. Are Kona Sunsets Better? Don’t Kona sunsets seem more vivid, more interesting, and more colorful than in other parts of the world? Just what causes the orange and red sunsets on the Big Island to be […]
Moonset Over Kona
The Moon Is Awesome – Both To Viewers And To Astrophysicists: Just how did the moon form? The giant-impact hypothesis, sometimes called the Big Splash, or the Theia Impact suggests that the Moon formed out of the debris left over from a collision between Earth and an astronomical body the size of Mars, approximately 4.5 […]
Kona Sunrise: Morning Clouds
While Kona sunsets are awesome, so are Kona sunrises against billowing clouds. Here are three-morning cloud pictures. Images the Cloud Appreciation Society would approve. Click each image to see even more beautiful clouds.