Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Swallow Falls State Park

Taken when we went hiking at Swallow Falls State Park a week ago. 

I'm currently on a week vacation from work, and I find it hard to destress granted that I now work at home and while I'm on vacation I'm also at home. The line between work and home has been blurred. In fact, it seems non-existent.

This is my entry for Wordless Wednesday and My Corner of the World.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Skies Over Reynisfjara

When we arrived at Reynisfjara, we saw this threatening cloud. We managed to take photos but soon after this photo was taken. Snow and sleet fell like crazy. Please see short video below.

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Hiking In The Rain

Kepi and I went for a short hike this weekend to the western mountains of Maryland. There were several people at the state park. I guess most people were thinking what we're thinking - get some fresh air. It's June but it felt chilly up in the mountains.

It poured in the middle of our hike.

There's something soothing about hiking in the rain.

This is my entry for My Corner of the World and Our World Tuesday.

Thursday, June 11, 2020

View from Diamond Head

From the archives, I took this photo on my fourth hike going up Diamond Head in O'ahu. This view awaits when you reach the top.

This is my entry for Skywatch Friday.

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Holei Sea Arch

From the archives, this was taken when we were hiking at the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park.

It's been a stressful start of the week, but I'm glad our board meeting will be over soon (tomorrow). I am looking forward to some personal time off even if there'll be no travel involved. Staying at home with the furries will be a welcome change to this work-at-home routine.

Thursday, June 4, 2020

Skies at Ala Moana Park

From the archives, took this photo when I went home to O'ahu in 2018. My dad, brother and I spent the afternoon walking and watching the boats float by Ala Wai Canal close to Ala Moana Park. It so happened that we were blessed with beautiful skies on our walk home.

This is my entry for Wordless Wednesday and Skywatch Friday.