Talk about imagination! I was looking at the weaving roots around the trunk and limbs of this tree, and braided hair came to mind. I wonder if our ancestors saw this and studied the patterns to learn how to braid rope, hair, nets, and baskets? At this point, you may be saying, "Donna, your thinking is waayy outta there! HaHa!
Still trekking Hickam AFB, "The Walking Hawaiian" is discovering that filling in the holes of missed streets is way harder than walking long lengths of it. A paltry 2.10 miles finished the area above, but, it took me forever to figure out a route as well as doing lots of backtracking. So, from now on, I'm going to intersperse long routes with hole filling so that the frustration level will remain low. The completed week tallied a total of 19.61 miles with the grand total of 203.28. Passing the 2nd-100 miles is a great feeling of accomplishment and my sore feet like to remind me of it! HaHa!
This resident must be caring for an elderly relative and I'm glad that the base allows implementation of wheelchair ramps to assist in mobility issues.
These three blossoms were so close together, they almost looked like they were one large blossom. I also loved the colors on these hibiscus.
What I liked about these plumeria was that it was one open flower, then a bud, back to flower, then a bud. Double click and check out the details!