082322: SVWC/Vanikapila 31.22


Aloha Ahi Ahi UFOhana,

The hot weather’s back. I hope you’re all keeping well in this heat. That said, I know a group that had a good time this past Saturday . . .

Click above to view online album.

Mahalo nui loa to Mike, Pauline, Toni, Lois, Linda, Teri, Kimo, Nohea and all of you that help make the BBQ event possible and such a joy . . .

. . . and then, just today, we got to gig with Brudda Ted at the Endologix BBQ!

Mahalo Ted and Sasha for inviting the UFOhana!

This Saturday we’ll be Kanikapila-ing at the Sonoma Valley Woman’s Club. Click here for details.

We will also attempt a Live Stream from SVWC. Here’s the link below if you’d like to give it a try.

Click above this Saturday to check us out!

Below, Carolyn chillax’n at home with Lois and Monica. She sends her Mahalo and Alohas out to the UFOhana for our continued support with her health issues.

Because of her current therapy, she requires a lot of R&R. Though she doesn’t mind visits from her UFOhana, she does request that you call before visiting. She can be reached at (707) 225-2300. She doesn’t mind receiving “Aloha Texts” either!

  • Carolyn on discharge day.
  • Carolyn, “Home at Last!”

Ok, I’m all burned out from Fire Remediations in my front yard. Had to scoop out 100lbs of wood chips and laid about 300lbs of bricks!

  • Did this Today.
  • Did this on Sunday.
  • Looks like some one’s already moving in?

Getting caught up with our Pidgin to the Max lesson below . . . excuse the non-PC bluntness.

From Pidgin to Da Max (full title: Peppo’s Pidgin to Da Max) by Douglas Simonson, Pat Sasaki, and Ken Sakata

That’s all for now . . . please remember to keep sending your Aloha and Mana to Carolyn!


voices join as one,
rhythmic strums slowly emerge,
birth of a mele.

Aloha a hui hou!


Woa! Those are some big paws!


2 Replies to “082322: SVWC/Vanikapila 31.22”

  1. Aloha,
    Thank you for your kind reception of my friend Lou and Susan Nordrum. Lou is my biggest fan of the rescued Martins I have done. They are from Marin and were world travelers until Susan had a stroke while wind surfing.
    Thank you Linda for making her comfortable while there.
    I haven’t been out much these past few years. I will endeavor to make it to a Vanikapila perhaps at Sonoma or the next one.

    Kavika AKA Rescuke

    1. Aloha Kawika,

      So nice to hear from you and thanks for referring your friends our way.

      Malama Pono,

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