“Kauai is just so beautiful.” That’s what I say when asked why I love this glorious island. And beauty brings with it a sense of calm and peacefulness. So here are glimpses of what I mean by beauty. If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, I celebrate that thought. And Keats’s immortal words say it best: "Beauty is truth, truth beauty,—that is all Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know."
I love Greg's selections for beauty--and when you get a fresh fish sandwich here you'll know what beauty tastes like!
Thank you, Dad, for sharing all of this beauty with us! And your blissed-out observations too.
Thank you for the beautiful photos. My daughter and I wanted to visit Kauai in the next year or two. I'm jealous.
I'm so happy for you both. You deserve all the beauty and tranquility that can be offered there. I love reading about your fun and wonderful life , mahalo!
Loving all the beauty that surprises and excites all the senses! The things I remember most about Kauai are the smells….plumeria, salt spray, hot sand, warm breezes (ok sometimes sandblasting winds!), fresh fish. Thanks for sharing and bringing it all back!
Oh my goodness, what a beautiful journey you brought us into. These photos are stunning, and your words are equally transporting. Thank you for sharing these heavenly moments.
Ah, the memories. Thank you for reminding me.
BTW, that grilled fish looked awfully good! What was it?
One of these days I may hop on a plane and come see you!
Kit and Pat here: wonderful pictures: we spent several days about 6 years ago at the Grand Hyatt Poipu: beautiful! Finishing next week our winter in La Quinta CA; also a spectacular place! Head back to Missoula for summer May 5.
Thank you for sharing!
You made such a lovely selection of the beauty of this island--there's so much beauty all around it's hard to make choices!
I love that you support the local farmers markets and businesses! I have been to farmers markets on Kauai, Maui and the Big Island. In each visit, I still have an item that brings back the memories ... except the hot sauces I bought on the Big Island. They are long gone.