Have you ever just Chased the Sun?
and I mean, realized it was setting and ran off to find the best place to watch it
Here in Hawaii, there are INCREDIBLE sunrises and sunsets.
On Day 3 of Moving to Hawaii, we chased the sun
Decided to enjoy the day today doing “regular” life type stuff. At least as regular as one can be in a temporary home rented for a month in a brand new town.
Regular type stuff like:
~ did laundry
~ cleaned house
~ explored the area while walking the dog
~ walked down to a nearby long term rental to check it out
~ decided last minute to chase the sun and watch the sunset
~ packed up some PB&J and water
~ found Salt Pond Beach (googled nearby places to watch sunset)
~ played on the beach while waiting
~ discovered dog already has a favorite potty path and wants to chase chickens
~ Ready for bed at 10pm
more laid back kind of day and we enjoyed every minute of it.
Day 3 was about getting the feeling of home life, even though it was all brand new.
Never on a walk, bike ride, etc in Las Vegas did I ever encounter a plant like this one
Chasing the sun to Salt Pond Beach
I have to admit, I enjoyed the entire day but ending up at Salt Pond Beach to watch the sun set was magical. I believe it was actually the first day we got near the ocean and sand, AND, not only did we see an incredible sunset set on one side, there was a rainbow on the other.
Something very peaceful and calming about the see for me.
Check out this short, impromptu video I shot while there. Realized my lapel mic was with my bike gear and hope you can hear me ok with the ocean waves in the background.
Amazing how just a short period of time out there really lifted my soul.
We didn’t know anyone there
We didn’t go with anyone out there
I googled best places near by to watch the sunset and we took off.
Took us 12 minutes to get there and as you can see, only a few others on the beach doing the same thing (as well as swimming, pictures, etc)
Have you ever had a time when you just wanted to be near the ocean, or down at the beach, and you couldn’t because it was either a long drive, or even airplane ride?
I lived in Las Vegas prior to moving to Hawaii so a beach trip meant at least 4 hours by car unless I could get myself into one of the pools of the large hotel that had a beach atmosphere.
I hear Lake Las Vegas has at least one hotel/resort with an awesome beach.
NOTHING like being actually at a real beach taking it all in. For me, Kauai is as good as it gets.
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