Jim”s first off roading near Hapuna Beach

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7 Comments on “Jim”s first off roading near Hapuna Beach

  1. I don’t actually see a post (is there one and I’m just missing it?)…but making a title is a great start to getting back to the blogs! Lol! We look forward to more! SOON!! It’s cold and gray here…show us some Hawaii!!!

    • We are working our little tails off. Leise has her Henna business where she does beautiful temporary tattoos on beautiful bodies while relaxing to the sound of ocean waves crashing nearby. Her office is right on the beach as she watched bronzed sons of Hawaiian gods walk by. She is at both the world famous Hapuna Prince and Mauna Kea hotels. Very nice.

      I am selling luxury real estate in the ‘Gold Coast” called Kohala Coast. I still help my buddy sell his Javaloha coffee on Wednesdays and Saturdays at the farmers market. It is my relax time because his is the best coffee I’ve ever had.

      We are getting ready to move back north. We have been in Kailua Kona for the last 3 years. It’s time for a change. We are both very happy and grateful to be living here. When are you coming to Big Island?

  2. Jim, I second what my wife just said! We need you to bring us the golden sunshine and sparkling beaches! I just checked this post because I’m feeling so BLAH today…I needed a little pick me up. Don’t let us down!!! We hope you’re doing well. Less than two months to go until our second little girl arrives. We look forward to introducing you on our next trip…hopefully soon. Until then…show us some Hawaii!! 🙂

  3. Hey Jim! Glad to hear you and L are doing well. Dean and I just sent off the youngest, Ellie, to NAU. We think of you each time we’re there.
    Best Regards,
    Sandi

    • Aloha Sandi and Dean,
      It’s great to hear from you. Ellie will love NAU. No place I would rather be than Flagstaff during monsoon season. The air is clean. People are nice. Beautiful mountains to hike. Sedona only 45 minutes away and 15 degrees warmer is amazing during fall, winter, and spring. I am almost envious. Those were very good years.

      Take care,
      Jim

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