Crafts with coconuts...wonderful! No need for arts & crafts stores when you just look around outside.Thanks again for sharing this amazing adventure. It's so much fun following along.
OH SO good...LOVE fresh coconut milk...Have a wonderful day!CharP.S. My slippers arrived today...I will blog about you and them this week sometime!
Man, Hawaii looks pretty nice...especially from the dreary east coast. It's wonderful you have your tropical own get away.:)Lisa
Yum! Love seeing all of the recent Hawaiian adventures you are having.
Mmmm...wonderful! One of my favorite things when I visit my parents (in the Philippines) is the fresh coconut. Delicious!
WOW! The craft looks soo fun :)
Oh it makes me laugh out loud looking at your beautiful posts from Hawaii! It is a million worlds away from the snow and the cold on the boat in winter :-) What a wonderful time you are having. Zach looks so happy and energised by all this time in the sun and soil. Enjoy the coconuts - I'm especially impressed with sewing coconut fibre - very nice.
Cindy!!! I am LOVING these Hawaii posts, keep them coming! Um... do you think your family will adopt me? Well, actually there are five of us but we are really good in the garden and you will hardly notice us... ahem just asking ; )
House Mother - so glad you're having fun along with me :) Yes, the lack of a craft store has not been a problem (though I packed some essentials too)*we blog* - so glad you got your slippers! Hooray! Happy feet!EarthMama - yes, we're very lucky the parents decided to retire somewhere fun!Dim Sum - Thanks! I love following YOUR adventures!Joy - I bet they have a ton at your folks place! You need to take the whole tribe over sometime.Cat- coconut paper is all sorts of fun!Oh Lily thank you! It is so different from home, we're grateful for the escape this year.Gardenmama - thank you so much! my computer has been acting up, so posting is difficult, but I will keep at it for you. And yes, garden expertise is valued here. I am not very useful that way as you know. ;)
I remeber when I was in Key west there was an artist who painted coconuts for tourists to buy and then mail them home. For whatever reason you can send a coconut in the US mail with no other packaging. Don't know the cost, but might be a fun "postcard" home.
i can't even begin to tell you how much i am enjoying following along on your adventure!!!~erin
I want to move to Hawaii!
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