Kona Photos In the Time Of Coronavirus 3-28-2020

Mahalo For Sharing Your Aloha

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

Animal virology

Wide-open roads…downtown Kona farmer farmer

Target slow given it is a Saturday midday,.

Animal virology

The Kona Community Pool

downtown Kona farmer farmer

The Downtown Farmer’s Market.


Amazon Products

Animal virology downtown Kona farmer

Employees blocking access.

farmer Animal virology downtown Kona farmer


Where’s the aloha?

The neighbor of the above person captured ‘Poppy’ then took him to the Kona dump and ‘threw the cat out.” Then the neighbor said, “Oops, I didn’t know it was your cat…”

Animal virology

These are other abandoned cats, thrown out by their uncaring owners. They have no food, nor water, unless strangers bring it to them. At least there is some aloha exhibited above.

Mahalo For Sharing Your Aloha
Tags: , ,
Previous Post

Where’s The Aloha? The Continued, Steady Increase Of Big Island Coronavirus/COVID-19 Cases

Next Post

Coronavirus – Costco and Safeway Shopping 3-19-2020

National Weather Service
error: Content is protected !!