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I’m note sure whether it was the first or the second time out there to visit you but it was getting dark, and we had to cross quickly from one side of the island to the other and the quick option was Saddle Road. Later, I read in the infamous tour guide to the land-in-which-you-inhabit, it warns never ever to take that road after dark.

We were passing the most beautiful and wholesome scene of the moon, and so we stopped to take it in and just gazed. The area surrounding us was epic and vast with no one around for miles upon miles. We looked and I tried to capture it on my point-and-shoot camera. No image captured. But I remember and hold onto this memory of our adventures.

This long exposure from light projections photographed by Jim Sanborn (via i’m revolting) triggered a memory.

I miss you and love you.

  • You are so right about the opihis- i’ll never forget the look on your face after i emerged from the rocks, battered with one slippa missing. new adventures soon for sure!!!! love you and miss you! <3 <3 <3

  • Stepha

    Beautiful! The saddle is dangerous at night, but not as dangerous as pounding opihis at high tide. haha! We need to plan a new adventure soon…Im feeling restless. I love you and miss you choke!!