Aloha Nalikolauokalani! Just stopping on my day off sending you and yours Good Morning greetings! I wish I could be 'out there' working the land. Alas I'll be reading and preparing papers indoors. Blessings to you and have a wonderful weekend ahead! ~ Judy
Aloha cuzin. Was in New Mexico. Great. Planning a move there in October. Going to be doing intentional community land trust and sustainable, permaculture.... looks like you got similar things happening. Love the video of the kids planting.
Will to to HI in April to visit relatives and other stuff. Always, Kamaka
Haku! samething in my traditional language of Samala.
Thank you for the warm welcome. It's good here for me. I start a teacher training and will teach High School here in Oahu. I'm happy to have this opportunity - to learn more - and on your traditional land where the principles are still being taught by generations so precious - what we call the old ones. We have so few left who know our true creation stories - the original instructions. yet we do have a few good 'keepers of the traditions'. Not many in California. Although new revitalizing efforts is happening.
I'm just very very happy to be in the presence of this good community Kaliko!
Mahalo plenty for being so generous and adding me to your online 'ohana!
We are blood cousins, it's good to see the tutu's name in use. I can send a word doc version of our line back to approx 1357. I live here on Kauai with a couple of other Lauokalani ohana, Gilbert Kahele and Sam Keopuhiwa. Email me at email@example.com or call 828-0914 fax 828-0915 cell 346-9663. If you are on Kauai, call.
'ae - the 'okolehao was purchased by my grandfather before the last distillery was shut down...i'm not exactly sure the year, but easily in the 60's or before. two of the bottles are unopened. mahalo for your comment. e malama pono :)