Thanksgiving is upon us and we want to thank our clients, associates and business partners for your support. We appreciate your confidence in us and look forward to many more years of working together. From our ohana to yours, we wish you a very blessed and bountiful Thanksgiving. Happy ...read more
My friends and I recently hiked the Kukui Trail and then followed the Waimea River back to Waimea town.  The Kukui Trail is one of the few trails that I had yet to hike on Kauai, so I was happy to finally have the chance to do it. The Kukui Trail begins at about mile 8.5 on the way up to ...read more
Twice a year, our office volunteers to help prep, cook, serve and clean up at the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen. Yesterday, Adrian Sear (RS), Janell Kopesky and her daughter Lia, Moana Ferry and I spent yesterday afternoon doing just that. Kay Comstock, who has been the Kitchen Coordinator for the ...read more
A recent article from Conde Nast Traveler has Kauai as the #2 island destination in the world. Ke'e Beach, Kauai Conde Nast Traveler asked its readers to pick the best islands in the world and the four larger Hawaiian islands all made the top ten.  Big Island ranked 10th, Oahu came in 8th, ...read more
Tips for the Ultimate Relaxation Vacation on the Garden Isle Some people come to Hawaii for adventure - diving deep in the sea, riding big waves, climbing the steep, volcanic peaks. Others come to just get away from it all, to leave behind the stresses of a daily work environment and let your ...read more
Nalu Kai at Kilauea Bay, The Quintessential Estate Situated on Kauai’s North Shore… The Garden Island of Kauai is world famous for its spectacular northern coastline. From its azure blue waters and secluded bays to the tree-lined, golden sand beaches, Nalu Kai at Kilauea Bay embodies the ...read more
Dane Grady recently gave us new photos to add to our Kauai Waves and Kauai Lifestyle pages.  Be sure to check them out! Dolphins by Dane Grady   Secrets by Dane Grady
The history of Daylight Saving Time (DST) is very interesting.  It was first implemented by the United States (and other countries at various times) in 1918 during World War I.  Since then, it has been discontinued and implemented randomly throughout the country.  Naturally, this caused a lot of ...read more