The sand from Hawaii is bad luck to TAKE.
Imagine how many reef walkers/water shoes
we wore while traversing beaches on an island.
One set gets left to dry in 'the pile', another set
forgotten after a new purchase, the 'last' beach...
I pulled insole after insole and dumped each
different set on papers and collected the worth.




BLACK ~ very few shell or
coral fragments







WHITE ~ very few rock fragments
mostly coral and shell







MAGIC ~ Gray look, has mix of lava,
shell, and coral and is called magic
because the currents take it away
and bring it back.



I regret not getting to walk in green or
powder white sand. we might have needed
another bag checked at the airport just for shoes.
There may be an art piece planned for these
colors of da island...
as soon as i'm sure the coast is clear.

3 opinionated prattle:

Stan Harrington said...

wow, you are taking a chance of posting pictures so soon after your trip. You know they monitor web sites of visitors for 90 days after they leave the island just for evidence such as this. Suggest to pull the pictures or at last transfer them to some other site ~ like maybe the Bull Buffie, no one has been on his site in months! You have another source for sand currently in the islands.

jd plumma said...

Good suggestion about Buff's site! They wouldn't even think of looking there.
I warned the 'other source' 'bout da bad luck.

RangerBill said...

were you wearing sandals, flip flops or what?

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