Speaking of eating, Haleiwa is a mecca for lunch trucks, especially those who serve shrimp!
Haleiwa offers shave ice in rainbow colors!
Haleiwa hosts a "MASH" sign!
I love old cars that find new life!
Haleiwa pays tribute to the armed forces.
A surfer contemplates the winter water.
Winter brings the larger waves to the North Shore. Even though Haleiwa is sheltered by the harbor's breakwaters, a few waves challenge paddlers and surfers.
Beyond the harbor, I followed the beach to an abandoned pillbox. The beach continues to Waimea.
These children play in the natural pools. The volcanic rocks protect them from the incoming surf.
I spotted tourists learning to surf ...
.... souvenir shops ...
.... and surfboard rentals.
This vintage VW van is intriguing ...
... and so is its advertising!
Today's comments are open forum. One randomly selected commenter from this week's blogs wins a book choice from my convention stash. This giveaway is open to all readers. Comments are open through Saturday, March 2, 10 pm in Hawaii. I'll post the winner on Sunday, March 3, on SOS Aloha.
Kim in Hawaii