Monday, August 13, 2007

Experiencing Nature family didn't pick the Big Island of Hawaii to be adventurous--it was supposed to be a relaxing vacation. But this morning our jet lag awoke us before dawn to see meteors relentlessly pelt the earth's atmosphere. During the day we couldn't venture outdoors as high winds rehearsed for tomorrow's visit by Hurricane Flossie with 120+ MPH gusts. And then about 15 minutes ago, an earthquake registering somewhere between 5 and 6 on the Richter scale jostled our dinner, chasing us out onto the windy lanai.
We find ourselves in mortal danger from meteorites, earthquakes, flash floods and high winds. But as Maxwell Smart always said, "And loving it!"

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  1. I've been thinking about you guys all day!! Hang on tight. Can't wait to hear about your adventures.
    Take care.

  2. Anonymous10:17 AM

    I love your spirit of adventure! Sounds much better than a relaxing(=boring :) vacation in Hawaii. Watch out for the jellyfish on the attack, too!

  3. I heard the surfing was totally tubular. Hope you caught some!

  4. Anonymous10:02 PM

    What, no volcano?