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Mark Atwood
Said on the beach...
I just learned that there exists a beach zamboni machine

I can't believe I'm getting Nigerian Spam on my phone on the beach

We can't be too lost. All we have to do is walk downhill until we find the beach, then walk along the beach until we find our hotel.
Yes, but that might be a very long walk.

Too many mainlanders moving in. The locals don't care.
Who buys a house on a beach known for being clothing optional, and then complains about it?
The same ones who flew from the mainland, just to protest the domestic partnership decision.

Remember the boy who looked like he was made of milk chocolate?
MMhmm!Well, there's one made of dark chocolate.

Lucky we live Hawaii, ah?

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roseembolism From: roseembolism Date: February 28th, 2008 11:55 pm (UTC) (Link)
Santa Barbara, where I used to live, had a beach smoother that was towed behind a tractor. It was necessary because for the 4th, it was a city tradition to dig pits on the beach until it looked like a warzone, then shoot fireworks at each other. The city kind of ended all that when the palm trees started catching on fire.

trebor1415 From: trebor1415 Date: February 29th, 2008 01:50 am (UTC) (Link)
Which island and which beach?

We had a great night at "Little Beach" on Maui on our last trip to Hawaii. The fire dancers had a great party on Sunday night. Nude fire dancing was something I'd never really considered before then.

We looked into moving to the islands, but the job situation didn't look like it would work out for us, especially on Kauii, which is where we wanted to live.

We're just a couple of haoles anyway, so it's not like anyone there will miss us.
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