Aloha Ahi Ahi UFOhana,
Here we are surrounded by Spring and the Mea hoʻomaʻi (virus). Hope you’re all keeping yourselves safe and healthy. Nohea, Jake and I have been pretty lucky, well at least we haven’t started having conversations with the wall . . . yet. Though Nohea’s gotten pretty good at her 8pm Howling . . .
. . . on another note (pun intended), here’s something passed onto us from Brudda RalFee. A warm glow of hope and aloha in the form of an amazing duet by Father and Daughter . . . Mahalo Nui Ralph!
Btw, if any of you are looking for a sweet Ukulele here’s one from Brudda Steve-O . . .
Please let the UFO gang know I’m thinning the herd, selling off a KoAloha Super Soprano in koa. In this time of shelter in place, I figure I better sell it on Ebay and ship it.
Finally, I’ve been looking into a streaming Virtual Kanikapila via YouTube. I’m targeting this Saturday at our usual start time of 2pm to ???pm. Setting up a “Video/Sound Studio” has its challenges.
So on 2pm this Saturday, fire up your YouTube devices (laptop, phone, touch pad, coconut wireless, carrier pidgeon, smoke signals, Marconi), get your Flight Manuals ready and click this link: https://youtu.be/Yn3JjQFQ79o and get ready to . . . .
I’m hoping to have chat mode enabled on YouTube so the folks way in back can type WHAT PAGE! WHAT BOOK! and so we take requests too . . . . or maybe not . . .
lines between days blur,
counting cracks on white ceiling,
so the day begins.
E Malama Pono(Take Good Care)!