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Hau’oli Makahiki Hou: Happy New Year 2021 From Puamana, Maui

kids playing on inflatable rainbow in maui ocean

With the events of 2020, many of us are in need of a major attitude adjustment and a bit more aloha in 2021 … One thing we can all agree on is: getting in the water, watching sunsets, and spending time with loved ones makes us feel good. Oh, and shredding on a rainbow floaty in the shore break! The above photo is my keiki in the unseasonal overhead South Swell in December at Puamana. A soft-top or a floaty — remember how good it feels to get wet!

oil painting of puamana maui home by maui artist Ronaldo Macedo

One of the highlights of the year in Puamana was the transfer of the beautiful double oceanfront 136 3&4 Pualei Drive. Above: an original oil painting created by Maui plein air artist Ronaldo Macedo to commemorate the property for the sellers, who live in Canada. This is my closing gift to them so they will have memories of their cherished Puamana home and their dad’s Zimmer. This classic car was a fixture in Puamana for decades!

hawaii life puamana anna severson

For more Puamana news, click here… Above a more serious photo of my daughter to promote the Puamana townhome 111-2 … but we don’t always need a fiberglass board, sometimes a boogie board can be just as fun… or a silly plastic floaty… being a kook is fun (sometimes)!

Wishing everyone a happy and healthy 2021…with more time having fun in the water…

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Thank you for reading… By Anna Severson, your resident real estate broker — homeowner and full-time Puamana resident for the past 16 years! We bought our place, 167-3 Pualei drive, the year Zoe was born (2004) and now she’s in 11th grade at Maui Prep! As always, please feel free to call, text, or email anytime. 808-280-1390 or annaseverson@hawaiilife.com

Eco-Friendly Disclaimer: Although it’s fun to be a kook, let’s borrow and re-use plastic water toys and bring them back home for the next person. Also, avoid those plastic noodles as bits break off and turtles think it’s food.

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