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technical difficulty

Posted by on October 28, 2015

For some reason, the previous blog post, Huahine ~ the Hōkūleʻa, is having technical difficulty. Comments and Twitter links aren’t working properly. Therefore, I’m using this post to help identify the problem. In the meantime, it’s possible to leave comments or tweet from this post. Sorry for the inconvenience!


3 Responses to technical difficulty

  1. Jenny

    It appears that leaving a comment for other posts works. There just seems to be an issue with the Hokule’a post.

  2. Lisa Dorenfest

    So many good reasons to stay in Huahine! I know exactly how your felt when you first saw the Hōkūleʻa and Hikianalia off there in the horizon. I was just as excited when I saw them for the first time in Tonga!

    Your coverage of the moment and all the history behind it is tremendous! And so many amazing photographs (including that wonderful street art piece ;-).

    But for me the best piece was seeing your kids having such access to the event and the canoes. I can’t think of a better way to teach/learn than the one you are offering your children.

    Anyhow, the whole thing gave me chills!

    • Jenny

      Thank you, Lisa! Hōkūleʻa & Hikianalia, two very special boats that will remain dear to us. It is an incredible learning experience for the kids. Who knows . . . maybe one day, the they will chose to crew on the canoes! A funny side note . . . I happened to be sitting in the Hawaii/Pacific section of the Hawaii State Library when I was adding the final touches to the post. I had all resources at my fingertips! 🙂

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