While we were in Maui, the moon was full and I spent a few early morning trying to capture the moon above the water. This proved to be rather useless and yet tomorrow I'll show you the best I did at 4 in the morning tomorrow. Terry took this one before it was fully light.
After many days of reading and relaxing we decided we were going to be adventurous and wanted to do the zip lines but when we arrived at the place they were fully booked. We didn't realize that we needed to book in advance. Since this was on the way to the crater we decided take a ride up the mountain.
These folks were at the top of the mountain beginning their horse ride and I was looking through my view finder when I spotted them and clicked.
It was about this time that I said .. . I would like to stop at the visitor center to use the ladies room.
He said .. . okay
I said (looking through the view finder) . .. we just drove passed it.
He said . .. where?
I said .. . ( I saw it through the view finder)
This road didn't exactly have big shoulders and I'm always totally paranoid about turning around where cliffs are in view.
Somehow this knowledge gives my beloved a desire to turn around at the smallest excuse.
I said . .. no .. please don't
He said .. . it's not a problem
When I came out I was laughing really hard.
(He seems to rather take pictures of me leaving instead of coming)
After I finished using the toilet and started to flush, I noticed a sign on a brass plaque at slightly above eye level that said .. .
don't flush anything down the toilet .. .(you know the one)
but it also had it in braille.
Now doesn't that seem funny?
I mean, does a blind person go to use the toilet and then before flushing scan the walls for instructions?
If you go to the crater in the next while please check this out .. .
It was amazing being on the ground and yet looking down at the clouds.
I was freezing up there at around 40 degrees.
He amused himself while I did this.