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or txt me 808-430-0021
Car pooling might be available!, after I know how many we are going, please sign up asap!
We are going to Waimea.
Leaving Hilo around 8am will give us time to get in the Ranch early to take photos of Polo players getting ready.
Keiki game start at 11am
Adults around Noon.
There are some instructions and mostly DO and Don’ts that they will explain to us.
Please bring $5 dollars to get in
Weather can change a lot in that area through out the morning, we recommend
Shoes/Snickers (no sandals or exposed feet shoes) (remember horses are around)
Jacket, wind and rain.
Water and snacks
Lunch -Pic-nic will be nice
You can buy beverages and some food in there.
Hat, sun block, tripod…camera 🙂
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The monthly meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month, 7 pm, at the Kamana Senior Center, 127 Kamana Street (above Kinoole) in Hilo. Visitors are welcome to attend. Click the map below to show a larger version.
Its circular building is comprised of two galleries that hold month-long art and
cultural exhibits which are free and opened to the public.
For the up-coming Exhibits click the link below
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Lunada Bay, California
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A King Tide is a non-scientific term people often use to describe exceptionally high tides.
Tides are long-period waves that roll around the planet as the ocean is “pulled” back and forth by the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun as these bodies interact with the Earth in their monthly and yearly orbits.
For more information for Hawaii “Tide Predictions” check http://ccsr.seagrant.soest.hawaii.edu/king-tides
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Steve Clark and his wife went to Italy in 2016, he is sharing with us a little bit of this adventure through out his lens in this colorful and attractive country!