Article Published In Yes! Magazine
It’s official! Nearly a year after launching my Kickstarter campaign, my project is complete. My article “Rising Sea Levels: The View from a Canoe” appears in the spring 2012 issue of Yes! magazine, which hit newsstands in late February. This national publication aims “to support people’s active engagement in creating a more just, sustainable and compassionate…
A Day At Dry Dock
On Tuesday, I went to dry dock for Hokule’a at the Marine Training Education Center. Volunteers with the Polynesian Voyaging Society and their young sailing group, kapu na keiki, were there, refurbishing the double-hulled canoe. Here are some photos by Cole Allen.
Me In Waikiki
Here I am, in Waikiki, staying in a modest hotel across from Kapiolani Park, a block from the beach. Waikiki is, of course, overrun with tourists from all over the world who’ve come to explore the most isolated archipelago on Earth. They’re — we’re — always out walking around. Seriously, always. Heavy pedestrian traffic had…
Caring For An Island Home
The Polynesian Voyaging Society celebrates the 35th anniversary of its maiden voyage this year. Here’s a look back on one piece of the group’s history … In 1990, the Polynesian Voyaging Society went on a mission throughout the Islands of Hawaii. The goal: find a large and healthy koa tree so it could construct a…