Friday, March 30, 2012

On the Road Again...

Headed down the Road to Hana.

Complete with very charming old bridge.

And winding roads.

And open views.

(All enjoyed at a pretty slow pace.)

We saw some beautiful rock formations and lush vegetation.

And on the way home, we spotted more than a few surfers.

And paddleboarders and sailors.

And people out enjoying a beautiful day in Maui.

As for me, I enjoyed these beautiful trees in Maui.

And these beautiful views.

And this, right out my living room window.

And this...

And oh yes, these.

Fishing off the ladder there is pretty cool.

And so is watching the sunset.

And getting in some reading while waiting for dinner.

This neat little spot was in Lahaina.

Front Street was cool too, also in Lahaina.

In fact, we're heading back there tonight!

Tomorrow we fly home, but we've had a great time!!



anitamombanita said...

ah, bliss!

Karen Sue said...

safe travels and glad you are having a wonderful time.

Dixie Mom said...

Looks beautiful! I'm glad you're having a good time.

Grandma Honey said...

I've enjoyed your trip and hope you share more of it with us. Thank you for letting us all come along.

momto8 said...

have fun!!! and good for you!! looks like the perfect place to be right now!!!
thank you for your thoughts today. i am grateful for your blogging friendship. I appreciate you!!!

Darlene said...

That is truly an inspirational drive to Hana. The only thing is that it takes forever. We loved the scenery on that road that had so many curves to go around, but oh, the vegetation was really lovely. It seemed like a long time before we finally got to Hana and when we were there, we were a bit let down. Maybe it has changed after so many years, but we pretty much just looked around for a short time and came back on that same road. It was a long day and we didn't take one single picture so I'm extra glad to see so many that you were smart enough to take. We did take many rests to get out of the car and really see the beautiful trees and flowering shrubs up close and personal. Maybe that was why it seemed like we would never get to Hana.

I'll bet you were glad to get back to your condo and have a bit of a rest. I'm wondering if Todd will go back with you or if he will fly on his own back to Irvine. It would be neat if he had a few more days before he has to go back to school so that he could spend some time with you in Northern California. Then you could all go home together. Call me when you get home, please.

PⒿ @ $ € € ₦$ ₣®0₥... said...

Positively paradise-ical! (It SHOULD be a word!)

Connie said...

Oh, Sue! I've been away too long but I'm back and so excited that you are able to have this adventure! Beautiful pictures!

Brian Miller said...

travel light on your way home...and soak up all that beauty while you can....just got home late last night myself...

Sue said...

Thanks, everyone. Wish we had a couple more days!


Cherie said...

Beautiful pictures - I especially love the bridge, and the sunsets!!
Glad you had a fun trip - it feels good to feel the warm, tropical sunshine in March!

Judi Kucera said...

Awesome photos!! I ,too, survived the "road to Hana" back in the 1980's and will treasure those memories. And now I have your photos to enjoy... as my camera had a major melt down and I returned with 8 rolls of nothing! Thank you for a lovely flash back.

Farmer's Wyfe said...

So pretty!!! Sounds like you are in a wonderful place!!! Enjoy every moment!!! :)

Caroline said...

Great pictures! It seems like you had a wonderful time! It looks like heaven! :)

Jenny said...

What a lovely trip!

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