In honor of the 45th Earth Day, I thought it best to relive the very first Earth Day to see how it started. Here on Maui, we share a deep appreciation and love for the ‘aina, just as these Earth Day visionaries. The first Earth Day family had participants and celebrants in two thousand colleges and
As many Haiku residents know, Upcountry Maui is a welcoming community with peaceful, friendly neighbors. Haiku offers lush tropical scenery and beautifully constructed homes. Whether you are looking to purchase a home for your family, or searching for a retreat, making a home purchase will be one of the most important decisions you will ever make.
On 49 Baldwin Avenue in Paia you will find what looks like an ordinary looking grocery store from the outside. But don’t be fooled, because Mana Foods is nothing ordinary! It’s actually quite extraordinary in it’s variety and selection of whole, natural foods and offerings.
Ho’okipa (Hawaiian for “welcome”)……is home to World Class Kitesurfing, Windsurfing, Surfing, Tide-pools, Turtles, and if you are lucky you may even see a Monk Seal or two. On the North Shore of Maui, just past Mama’s Fish House on the Hana Highway is GORGEOUS Ho’okipa Beach Park. Ho’okipa is probably the most famous for
Anyone who lives upcountry knows Fukushima Store. In fact, for lots of people cruising through Haiku, Fukushima Store is a much loved and anticipated stop. A true Mom & Pop establishment, A quaint little store with an old-time feel. Every inch of space is crammed full of inventory. You will notice mostly everyone walking in
Being the Vice President of the Maui Executives Association, I was the craft speaker last week and was able to share some insight from some amazing leaders. Take a look at the MEA newsletter, my article and learn how these leaders success is used to help others to be successful. Jack Cotton of Sotheby’s International
Did you know that “Makawao” (pronounced as MA-KAH-WOW) means “Eye of the forest.” Interestingly enough, it seems pretty appropriate given the location of the quaint little town – nuzzled on the northwest slopes of Haleakala on East Maui. It’s one of the four towns in Maui that can be considered as upcountry. Back in the
Maui is such an awesome place to live for endless reasons. The beaches are easy to access and are literally everywhere. So you can be out running your errands and easily just pull your car up off to the side of the road and pick a new great Maui beach or return to one of