120220: Vanikapila Kanakolu kūmāhā (#34)


Aloha Ahi Ahi UFOhana,

Hope you’re keeping warm on this frozen night. Is is just me or do the nights seem darker when it’s colder?

Speaking of colder, mahalo nui loa to the OK-ers that helped with setup, tear down and braved the cold last Saturday. It was actually cold in studio K’ulu as well (because of the air flow through the open windows and 6 fans I had going). I was afraid Sandy’s fingers would turn into Bass-icles? Better s-s-s-safe than s-s-s-s-sorry.

Click below to view the f-f-f-f-photos.

For those of you who haven’t checked out our Christmas Decorations click below to view them. I’ve added a few new photos and animations of the latest additions (we have a Grinch now!) to our Christmas menagerie. Btw, if you do come buy to view it in person, please give us a “Honk Honk” to let us know you like it!

It’s the actual moon from that night, just a little bit bigger.

Speaking of new additions check out the latest Mask fabrics from Nohea’s PPE Collection.

Text Nohea at 415-572-1175 to place orders.

Click below this Saturday to virtually attend our 34th Vanikapila.

34th? Already?


day falls into night,
quiet hill beckons to her,
aloha joann . . .

View from the final resting place of a dear friend from Bogie’s before “Too”, Aloha Oe Joann.

Take Care All!

Aloha A Hui Hou,


Ok…Elvis Tin, check…Romeo plushy, check…Stuffed Me, che . . . . Wait a minute!


2 Replies to “120220: Vanikapila Kanakolu kūmāhā (#34)”

  1. When I first started playing ukulele in Novato, I was astonished when Gary told me he knew a man who had a music room for ukulele. Now I can say I know a man who has a house for storing Christmas decor👏🎄 aloha and mele kalikimaka and hau’oli makahiki hou from kauai

    1. Aloha Mimi,

      Glad to hear you’re safe and sequestered out in Kaua’i of all places!

      Malama Pono,

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