As I pulled the broken plastic basket onto my paddleboard, I could already see that it would hold some good stories.
These humpbacks are here in Hawaiian waters for two reason; having babies and making babies.
Similar to the Hawaiian handshake, this traditional greeting is forehead to forehead and nose to nose accompanied by a deep inhale.
A couple of us let out a gasp of excitement. It was an incredible experience.
Today the National Parks Service turns 100! Celebrating the centennial are the 59 parks and over 300 monuments, preserves, trails and battlefields it currently maintains.