Category Archives: Family Sessions

Big Island moments with the Barcelo family

Happy New Year from the Big Island of Hawaii! It’s a calm, sunny day as I write this in my little office; Lego spaceships hang above, an imperial TIE fighter that sways very gently in the wind flowing through the open window. Although something tells me that the calm won’t last forever. Just a few…

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Soy Sauce, and a Big Island Family Session

I don’t know why, but I really thought I knew enough about soy sauce. And then comes my wife, with her amazing ability to open my eyes, heart and taste buds to new and wonderful things. With only a single spoon, she destroyed my previous notions of what soy sauce was, is and can be! In the…

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The Crim Family, Part Two

The trail was all downhill and very slippery, the early morning’s dew sticking into every crevice, rock and fallen leaf. Each step was cautious, hurried, brisk. Looking up, we saw the canopy, a hundred or more feet above, and I imagined myself to be living in an old pulp comic book, swinging on the vines that…

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To The South

The Big Island is a vast little place; a stunning land thousands of miles large, containing more variety than the Hilton Waikoloa breakfast buffet, which is also the best breakfast buffet I’ve ever tried. Another favorite of mine on this incredible island of ours is the district of Ka’u, home to such sights as the…

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Volcano with the Deguara Family

Volcano is a special place. All of Hawaii is special, of course, and the Big Island in particular. But there isn’t anywhere I’ve been that strikes just the right balance of being out in the sticks while still having just enough “civilization” to get you by. It’s in the country, but doesn’t feel backward or…

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