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04-22-2013, 02:30 PM
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Steph and I are going to Hawaii for a week at the end of May (before I start the new job). I may not come back.
Awesome. Have fun!

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Awesome. Have fun!
We definitely will. We're still trying to figure out what we should do.

Should we:
A. Hike the Kalalau Trail
B. Backpack through Haleakala National Park
C. Go to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

I would really love to do Kalalau, but it's dangerous and Steph is a klutz and will probably fall off the cliff. I am kinda leaning toward HVNP at the moment, to be honest. I'd love to go to Mauna Kea to do some stargazing, too.

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I would do C

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We definitely will. We're still trying to figure out what we should do.

Should we:
A. Hike the Kalalau Trail
B. Backpack through Haleakala National Park
C. Go to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

I would really love to do Kalalau, but it's dangerous and Steph is a klutz and will probably fall off the cliff. I am kinda leaning toward HVNP at the moment, to be honest. I'd love to go to Mauna Kea to do some stargazing, too.
just be careful if you take a hike out on a lava flow (don't go at night because it looks cool)

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=711727n

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And the predictable post-Boston overreactions have begun.

Guy detained by police in Philly because he was wearing camouflage at Independence Mall

http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...isitor-center/

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Haleakala is ****ing amazing, too, and there are two main spots in the park to backpack.. inside the crater and on the south side of the volcano. Both are absolutely breathtaking.


Inside the crater


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We definitely will. We're still trying to figure out what we should do.

Should we:
A. Hike the Kalalau Trail
B. Backpack through Haleakala National Park
C. Go to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

I would really love to do Kalalau, but it's dangerous and Steph is a klutz and will probably fall off the cliff. I am kinda leaning toward HVNP at the moment, to be honest. I'd love to go to Mauna Kea to do some stargazing, too.
I'd go with C mixed with some D.

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And the predictable post-Boston overreactions have begun.

Guy detained by police in Philly because he was wearing camouflage at Independence Mall

http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...isitor-center/
another link from that story was good news however. Gives me hope the fake twitter twits from the bombing pretending to be the bomber will get something.

http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...rd-us-air-jet/

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another link from that story was good news however. Gives me hope the fake twitter twits from the bombing pretending to be the bomber will get something.

http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...rd-us-air-jet/
That and those dumbass kids creating Boston Marathon twitter accounts with an account to take donations. Toss all of 'em in jail. I don't care how young they are. A couple weeks with Butch will teach them a lesson..

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Haleakala is ****ing amazing, too, and there are two main spots in the park to backpack.. inside the crater and on the south side of the volcano. Both are absolutely breathtaking.


Inside the crater


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South side of the park
Amazing...There has got to be fish in that river

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Amazing...There has got to be fish in that river
Of course.. but that water is considered sacred and you would probably be beaten to death for fishing it.

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Was it fishing related?
Not catching related but capturing the moment related. On CBs recommendation on got a Canon EOS 20D. Not really something ill carry with me in the creek when I'm fishing, but im looking forward to getting back into photography a bit.

On an unrelated note, I walked another 12 miles last night at work.

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Speaking of fish... Just grilled up some tilapia with lemon pepper and panko (crustless bread crumbs). Fantastic.

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Haleakala was awesome and Id definitely go again to get a look at night.

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Saw a recipe last night I'm going to try tonight.

"healthy" fish and chips. I'm just making the fish though and a baked potato instead of chips.

http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/reci...ted-fries.html

pan fried rather than deep fried - 1/3rd the calories and fat.

Did you know the average order of fish and chips is over 900 calories?

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I've always heard about how nice Hawaii is, and I see this great pictures of it... but it's so far down on my list of places I'd like to see I can't compare. Maybe I just don't get the appeal?

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Don't **** with Canada, stupid terrorists.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/22/world/...html?hpt=hp_t1

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I've always heard about how nice Hawaii is, and I see this great pictures of it... but it's so far down on my list of places I'd like to see I can't compare. Maybe I just don't get the appeal?
Hawaii is a fantastic place to visit. It's got so much to offer tourists.. Excellent beaches (obviously), hiking in the rain forest, mountains, fishing, high adventure activities, historical sites, quality food, cool native sites, great shopping districts, etc. I would say that Hawaii is better for people that are into hiking than for people that like beaches, even. You don't need a passport or have to deal with changing money or speaking a different language, either. It's very accessible.

I honestly think that Hawaii is the best honeymoon spot on the planet. Probably one of the most spectacular hiking areas you can find, too.

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Gives me hope the fake twitter twits from the bombing pretending to be the bomber will get something.
I havent heard any updates on this, but yeah, there were 2 in particular that got some notoriety, and 1 of which the Boston police took seriously. Hope they catch the idiot(s).

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On an unrelated note, I walked another 12 miles last night at work.
How long was your shift?

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I've always heard about how nice Hawaii is, and I see this great pictures of it... but it's so far down on my list of places I'd like to see I can't compare. Maybe I just don't get the appeal?
I'm kindof in the same boat. Beautiful, but too many other places I'd rather visit.

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I dare you to not tense up while watching this:

http://www.cnn.com/video/?hpt=hp_c4#...ks-highway.cnn

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Hawaii is a fantastic place to visit. It's got so much to offer tourists.. Excellent beaches (obviously), hiking in the rain forest, mountains, fishing, high adventure activities, historical sites, quality food, cool native sites, great shopping districts, etc. I would say that Hawaii is better for people that are into hiking than for people that like beaches, even. You don't need a passport or have to deal with changing money or speaking a different language, either. It's very accessible.

I honestly think that Hawaii is the best honeymoon spot on the planet. Probably one of the most spectacular hiking areas you can find, too.
For you and what you guys do, yeah, but it just doesn't appeal to me. I love being out of my comfort zone. Different money, language, food, everything. I also am not a big hiker. I'd rather see a church or pub built in the 1600/1700s, or some art that was drawn hundreds of years ago, or drink or eat something that most people from where I'm from will never see or understand. Different personalities is all.

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I'm kindof in the same boat. Beautiful, but too many other places I'd rather visit.
I'd a big 'culture' person, and I've come to realize a bit of history buff. Something tells me you're the same way.

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How long was your shift?
I work a 12 hour shift.

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In the past year I've spent more on Tottenham merchandise than Devils/Giants/Cubs/Red Bulls combined. Times are changing and that meerkat is so cute :3


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In the past year I've spent more on Tottenham merchandise than Devils/Giants/Cubs/Red Bulls combined. Times are changing and that meerkat is so cute :3

I really need a Spurs shirt. And to remember to watch more of their games...

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I'd a big 'culture' person, and I've come to realize a bit of history buff. Something tells me you're the same way.
Pretty much. Would rather go to Switzerland, Germany, Norway, Africa, Japan, etc..... a bunch of places.

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I work a 12 hour shift.
Gotcha, that explains it. Was thinking maybe your pedometer was broken or something.

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