The next week will be spent in Hawaii with cousins Phyllis and Carol.
So exciting! Our first stop, just 1.3 miles from the Kahului Airport: Discount Fabric Warehouse.
The best selection of Hawaiian prints in the Islands.
Our condo is in Kaanapali.
Sound asleep, but when Carson is awake, he likes to be held and carried.
This morning, after he woke up, Carson could not be soothed. I changed his diaper, I tried to give him a bottle – nothing seemed to work … until I discovered a special spot in the living room where Carson could watch TV. There I stood and gently bounced until Thais came home. Whew! Rita, Lenin’s mother, came in the afternoon and I told her about the magic spot.
She said, “I know this spot. I always stand here looking at the refrigerator so Carson can watch TV.”
Field preparation began in March. The time of year to keep your windows closed and change your walking route.
Now the fields are being flooded to a depth of 5″ prior to seeding.
Water flowed from one field to the next.
Farmers watch carefully to maintain the 5″ water depth for the next five months.
There were two different crop dusters flying over Justin’s house today. This one flew directly over Justin’s house every 10-15 minutes.
There are short landing strips all over the place with a supply truck standing by for reloading.
This has nothing to do with rice, but it’s a pretty good picture of Justin’s walnut trees (on the right side of the driveway only). On April 1, only catkins were visible.