081919: Return to Home Base


Aloha Ka Kou,

We’re b-a-a-ack!

We’re both still a little jet lagged and tired, but glad to be back home. As you may have noticed from the Kaua’i Photo Album we had a very action packed eventful trip.

Please check the Events Calendar for details on an “Amended Kanikapila” this Sunday as well as Friday and Saturday events. Be sure to “Register” if you’ll be attending this Sunday so we’ll know if we should open the UFOHQ Hangar Doors . . .

We did have one last Friday Night Kanikapila with Lois’ family in Kahala before we left O’ahu. We met her family and extended family, brother-in-law and nieces. One who had just returned from participating at the vigil on Mauna Kea, protesting the TMT observatory.

We were treated to delicious dinner of laulau, poi, lomi salmon, spring rolls, salads, and all kinds of homemade Da Kine Ono-licious Kaukau. We dined outdoors, under a shrouded moon, in their beautiful outdoor garden created by, her brother, Leland a master landscaper. Babs, her sister, a master lei maker, who created the beautiful Kupe’e for our wrists, which Lois had hand carried to Kaua’i.

We spent the night under the soft moonlight, embraced by warm trade winds, dancing, singing, talking story and reconnecting with my old college classmates, Leland and Babs.

Mahalo Nui Loa to Lois and family for a beautiful end to our Kanikapila Adventure in Hawai’i.

with the trades blowing,
and the soft touch of moonlight,
warm night with good friends.

Me ke Aloha Pumehana,



081619: Reporting from Star Base Medina


Aloha All,

Just a brief update before we return to UFOHQ. Nohea and I have been slowly decompressing here at SB Medina (aka my folks house in Pearl City).

Please take note of the events calendar for next weeks events. You can view it by clicking here.

If you’re interested in viewing our Away Mission on Kaua’i click the image below:

Mahalo Nui Loa to the Away Team members for their photo contributions and for their Aloha Spirit that made this such a joyful and memorable event! Mahalo Nui to Carolynn for making all the social connections and for planning many of the events. Mahalo to Fada Chip for opening his Hale and establishing our first Kanikapila in Koloa. Mahalo Nui Loa to David and Stacy Sproat for allowing us to participate in the Waipa Mango and Music Festival and for sharing their Local Kine Aloha with the group.

Ok, I’ve to get Shuttle Craft SC500 loaded for one more Goodwill Hunting excursion with Lt. Cmdr. Nohea and then we’re packing up base camp for the beaming back to the Continent.

Aloha A Hui Hou,