The Rich History of Kahoolawe

When we first moved to Maui, some parts of the island were still used for practice bombing. Military base camps were situated there and the Navy had to use those camps for military exercises. Needless to say, it wasn’t a very lovely sight, which sparked protests against the government. It was the attack on Pearl […]

Solar Panels From Tesla Power Kauai

Tesla is at it again, officially unveiling its long-term project of powering the Hawaiian island of Kauai. This has been in the works for some time, but was officially unveiled on Wednesday. The company is using more than 54,000 solar panels and its giant battery packs. This is the latest concept from Tesla. They use the sun’s power during […]

Do You Know Maui Meadows?

Are you looking for a little bit more elbow room in South Maui – by that I mean more land, views, and perhaps a rental unit in your property? If your answer is yes, you need to know Maui Meadows. This South Side subdivision was developed in the late 1960’s and the parcels are at […]

Flood Zones: The A’s to the V’s

“All right!” You’ve worked hard and saved your money, watched your spending, paid your bills on time, and now it’s “your turn.” Your turn to chase the dream. Your turn to get that home you’ve been dreaming of getting for so long. You’ve spoken to your lender and given them all paperwork that they’ve asked […]

Canoes: Their Role in Hawaii’s Past & Future

There are folks out there who might say that one of the greatest achievements of the ancient Hawaiians would be the fine craftsmanship of the canoe. Native Hawaiians were quite knowledgeable about the ocean and how to navigate across the seas on their canoes. If they had not possessed that knowledge, Hawaii might be a […]