You know you are in Hawaii when you are driving around and this is the view you have out your car window all the time. I took this shot of Kealakekua Bay from the side of the road when we stopped at the highly recommended Coffee Shack on the Big Island.
Okay, at first I had no idea which door to go through. A tip to help remember which one; women starts with a W.
You really do have to watch for these. Those suckers are heavy!
I absolutely love this sign from the Black Sand Beach. So glad the Green Sea Turtle is protected.
If you see a chameleon crossing sign, stop and look around. You may just see a chameleon, well…crossing. We saw this little fella at the Greenwell Coffee Farm in Kona.
They say the Nene are descendants of a pair of Canadian Geese that lost their way while migrating and decided to make Hawaii their home. Some may think this pair of geese were stupid for loosing their way, but I think they knew exactly what they were doing when they ditched “V” formation and made their way to the Big Island.
Didn’t see a single donkey, but saw lots of goats.
Whenever looking for a historical site or place of interest, keep your eyes peeled for this sign and you won’t miss a thing.
Glad Captain Cook did not have his way and the Hawaiian Islands were not called the Sandwich Islands after Cook’s superior, Lord Sandwich.
Okay, I only saw one of these and that was in Waimea on the Big Island.
Take heed, these signs clearly mark the areas where you are not supposed to be. Not good Ju Ju to break Kapu.
This is Paul’s favorite sign. It’s a guy thing.
A shout out to my peeps at the Salvation Army. Always doing good in the community.
This sign is like a trip to psychiatrist. You have to interpret it for yourself. I see a big-bellied man in dark pants, a large nose and lobster claw hands running with giant glasses on his face with the words “Don’t Be A” written above. What that means to the psychiatrist? I have no idea, but it’s probably not good.