Two weeks ago, my children attended the Boy Scout Camp atop the hill that overlooks Pupukea. Pupu means "shell" and kea is "white", so it is "white shell".
It poured during my children's encampment ... so I drove up this past week to take pictures in the sun.
Speaking of the sun, these jeans, used for lifesaving training, dry out in the akala.
My kids often talk about the trading post ...
... they may buy snacks, while I would buy a T-Shirt!
I asked my youngest about the Wild Cat Trail. He replied, "Do you remember my mud coated shoes? The mud came from the Wild Cat Tail!" The trail leads to the archery range ... my son earned his Archery Merit Badge!
On the way home, we drove through Hale'iwa ... and spotted this sunflower field.
Did you attend summer camp?
Kim in Hawaii