Whoa! Where did the time go? Seems I have been a little lax in maintaining this blog lately. Very few projects relating to Moby were undertaken this summer, in fact it was a rather slow season for bus adventures in general. No one informed me that having kids or owning a home would be so time consuming, and I found myself spending many hours trying to keep the house looking nice and in one piece during the last few months instead of having fun in, under, and around the bus. This winter I get to play catch up here and reduce the multitude of posts in the draft stage. We will see how long it lasts!
And so I will start with our family vacation last summer. In lieu of a trip in Moby this year, we opted for a more luxurious trip to Hawaii, courtesy of my wife’s parents and their wonderful generosity. This was a first for me and the children, but my wife, born on Kauai, spent the first few years of her life there and her family regularly returned for visits. Specifically, we visited Kauai and the Big Island, both are truly amazing places that catered not only to my love of all things geology, but also to my affection for VWs (not to mention my appreciate for spectacular places)! Since this is a VW focused blog, I will spare you all from the 1400 pictures I brought home (someone might tell you they are all of rocks anyway) and just present the few we managed to snap of the VWs inhabiting the two islands.