Valentine’s day was spent with our good friends at the United States Coast Guard (USCG) conducting the annual inspections on the Wilderness Explorer's small boat fleet.
With sunny skies and calm seas, some days in Baja call for a little extra fun. Using our newly acquired Imat made by C4 Watermen, we decided to "open" the floating bar.
When I used to see a typical Hawaiian lei made of plumeria, I never imagined the amount of thought, preparation and labor put into its creation. While visiting a plumeria farm on Moloka’i, we learned every step of the process—from plumeria picking to shipping.
Who would have guessed in 1882 when William Purvis brought the first Macadamia nut tree to Hawaii from Queensland, Australia that the Aloha State would become the world’s largest grower of macadamias?
Our crew works seven days a week, 12 hours a day, for about 6-8 weeks at a time. They live in shared living quarters that would probably make you reminisce of summer camp. They are some of the happiest people I know.