In 1965, Frank Sinatra produced and starred in a movie called “None But the Brave” at a secluded beach on the north shore of Kaua’i. While the movie was being filmed, my family purchased this little piece of paradise and waited anxiously for the completion of the film to take ownership.
Since it is far off the beaten path, has a stream for irrigation and a spring for domestic water, we went off the grid. It was totally camping in the beginning, but now we have solar and most modern conveniences. I spend every moment I can exploring the underwater world in front of my house; I pet turtles, swim with the fish, and find beautiful shells.
The above photos are of a 6-inch perfect shell I discovered diving about 30 feet offshore. These shells are VERY delicate and it is very rare to find one totally intact. Just another instance of Kaua’i magic! I love my life!