The Captain’s Travels: Oahu – Day 5 – Maunawili Falls

Captain’s Log, Day 5 (This entry appears to have been torn out.) Note from the future: Similar to Day 2 when I didn’t write much, apparently I didn’t write anything for this day’s adventuring, so this will all be from memory. Nearing the end of our vacation, despite all the driving around and leisurely time spent on beaches and shores, we hadn’t yet really spent

The Captain’s Travels: Oahu – Day 4 – Welcome… to Jurassic Park

(This post originally appeared on Facebook before I started this blog.) Captain’s Log, Day 4 Went hunting for the elusive dinosaur. Came home empty handed and hungry after hiding from Godzilla in an old military bunker. Had to defend against a velociraptor, but it’s okay – it’s the size of a turkey, not a lion, and it doesn’t have friends upon

The Captain’s Travels: Oahu – Day 3 – A Whole New World

(This post originally appeared on Facebook before I started this blog.) Captain’s Log, Day 3 Ventured into a whole new world today. Entered through an aquatic portal. This world is filled with entirely different species, many of them with gills. It’s a very friendly and slow moving world. I’ll have to visit again. Today was simply magical! I awoke early

The Captain’s Travels: Oahu – Day 2 – Beaches, Bluffs, and… Cats?

(This post originally appeared on Facebook before I started this blog.) Captain’s Log, Day 2 Has it only been one day since my last report? We’ve seen and done so much, I think we may have accidentally discovered time travel. Note from the future: Strangely, that’s all I wrote today. Maybe I wasn’t kidding about time travel and we entirely skipped

The Captain’s Travels: Oahu – Day 1 – Aloha!

(This post originally appeared on Facebook before I started this blog.) Captain’s Log, Day 1 It’s not a vacation until you’re pretty sure you narrowly avoided getting mugged. The vacation began uneventfully enough, with only minor difficulty in regrouping at the airport when we all finally arrived on our respective flights. We acquired our rental car (which Jeremy volunteered to drive