19 October, 2017
My tour posed with Chinaman’s Hat.
A well camouflaged crab in Hau’ula.
A monk seal on the beach in Hau’ula.
This beach is such a frequent resting spot for the Hawaiian Monk Seals that they’ve installed this information panel.
This side of the island gets a lot of debris washed up onto shore because of the trade-winds. We’ve gotten some interesting stuff wash up since the tsunami in Japan.
The Japanese woman on my tour, judging by the writing on this botttle suggests that this came from Taiwan.
This kid at Rocky Point got barrelled on this wave and made it out clean.
A turtle on the beach on the North Shore.
My tour spotted another turtle in the water.
My tour planned their vacation to be in Hawaii when there was no Moon, so they could see the stars. This is the Milky Way from the North Shore.