We spent last weekend in Honolulu with family. The minute we got home, my husband was in the garden- feeding animals, checking on plants, watering, etc. He didn’t even take his luggage out of the car. It’s been a very warm summer which just zaps any energy and I find it hard to do anything in the garden without wanting to take a nap 5 minutes in. This weekend, was similar. I had a business trip that I left for Sunday afternoon, so Saturday I spent picking coffee and doing household chores. As you know, we’ve made the decision to do all our all coffee producing. We’ve purchased all the major equipment, and my husband has been working on one final project – a room to dry coffee. We currently have a large three tier dry box where we dry our coffee beans. It works quite well, but in inclement weather there are some issues. Recently we visited some friends who have a “dry room”. That room was HOT. It would dry coffee a lot quicker than our current system. So we decided to build our own – well my husband decided to build his own. I was called in to hold two beams in place, but the rest of the work is his. He’s poured the cement and framed it. It will be on a much smaller basis than our friends, but it will serve us well. I’m curious to see what will be done when I get back.
I went right back to work after last weekend was over, but my husband had the week off and went fishing with our son. I came home Tuesday to the feast above. Three kinds of seared fish and two sashimi with fresh avocado. It was kawakawa, ono (my favorite, it’s the white one), and rainbow runner.
But now I’m in Honolulu for the week. Here’s the view:
It’s actually a way better view than it appears, however, I’m scared of heights and was afraid I’d drop my phone over the edge if I got too close! You can actually see the sand and people in the water, but again, I was too scared to take that picture.
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