|Weird chicken doing the wobble-walk on the bushes.|
|We made it to Donut Dynamite!|
|The owner and creative genius herself served us these tasty treats. They were $4 a piece, but like chocolate truffles, you just gotta try more than one.|
When we got back to our room at the Wailuku Guest House, we cut the donuts into pieces and tried them all. My favorite was the goat cheese one! It was so YUM! Steve wasn't as impressed with that one. He was all about the lilikoi malasada. It was heavily loaded with the sweet-tart lilikoi custard that just made your tastebuds pour tears of joy with hyper-activity. My second favorite was the molokai sweet potato because it really did have a lovely texture and the purple icing is so pretty. In case you're wondering, it doesn't particularly have sweet-potato flavor, it mostly tastes like a really yummy donut.
|What we termed as the "hotdog" tree. Those seed pods look like long hot dogs.|
|Me holding a fresh mango that had freshly fallen from the tree along our route and one of the "hotdog" seed pods from whatever that tree is.|
|The flowers on this tree are really cool and interesting, something we had never seen before.|
|Just a picture out our rental car window showing some of what things looked like there.|
|Getting the ceremony set up. The wind wasn't on our side.|
|The backdrop had to be weighted down with large rocks to keep it from taking flight. Uncle Joe was the brains behind that engineering operation.|
|Steve helped hang the lights in the pavillion, then he photographed it.|
The ceremony started late, but was short-sweet-and beautiful. I decided I really like the shorter ceremonies. It was a blast photographing her wedding.
|My cousin, Uilani, and our grandmother, Linda Guting.|