|This was our favorite sunset photo of the evening, taken last evening from our veranda in Fairlight. But, of course, I’m also partial to the Kookaburra sunset photo below.|
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|Quite a view of the sky during sunset last night.|
The message we received last night read as follows, including my response:
We couldn’t help but be thrilled to hear from one of the brave coconut tree trimmers we’d videotaped over two years ago in a post we’d uploaded while in Maui, Hawaii, from October 15 to December 1 2014.
Here are two videos we’d posted during that period and the link associated with that post dated November 22, 2014:
Video #2, coconut tree trimming in Maui
|The sun’s bright array rims these clouds on the horizon.|
|The sun’s ray peeking through the clouds creates quite a photo op.|
And, it’s the simplicity and ease with which we write to YOU each day that enhances our personal experiences in many ways. But, of course, this is greatly increased when we hear from our readers by commenting at the end of any day’s post or writing to us via email. We love it all.
|We’re always looking for these sunset shots which Tom captured last night.|
|We don’t have a clear shot of the sun going down, but the sky offers quite a show.|
|Kookaburra on the power line while Tom took sunset photos.|
Happy day to all!
Photo from one year ago today, April 8, 2016:
|This post from one year ago today is the first leg of the “back to back” cruise on the Celebrity Infinity, which we’ll board after leaving Costa Rica (Central America) on November 22, 2017 (19 months from now). Then, we’ll fly to Fort Lauderdale, where we’ll spend one night boarding the cruise the next day. This will be our first foray into South America. We’re enthused about going through the Panama Canal a second time from the opposite direction, seeing the new locks for the first time. For more details, please click here.|