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Post 17.05

Post 17.05

An old chant for coaxing surf from flat spells.

Post 17.04

Post 17.04

The fish markets of old Honolulu.

Post 17.03

Post 17.03

Only a handful of surfbreaks can be called legendary. Mākaha Beach is one of them.

Post 17.02

Post 17.02

ʻĀina is the Hawaiian word for land.  Its literal translation is that which feeds.

Post 17.01

Post 17.01

Kanikapila Action: Island Love by The Peter Moon Band