Don’t underestimate time... or what can happen in a short amount of time
It seems like just yesterday I was exploring Maui with this guy... 1 year ago to date
Hiking, surfing, swimming, biking, running... all the activities with someone I hardly knew... changed the course of my life forever ❤️
Don’t underestimate the power of time... everything happens when it’s meant to, hardly ever on the timeline you imagine.
But that makes it all the better!
Not a moment should be wasted, time passes so fast, in the blink of an eye years can go by... I’m so grateful I get to spend it with you 🤗
#maui#flashback#dateiversary#love 🇨🇦 #haleakala#trailrun
HALEAKALA MALA - SOLD
The Haleakala mala was inspired by it’s namesake, the volcano mountain on Maui. Haleakala means the House of the Sun and the beads in this piece were inspired and chosen for their sun empowering energy. I took this piece to my recent trip there and it was charged and blessed in many special places including the slopes of Haleakala, coral beaches, lava fields a peaceful lavender farm and many other wonderful locations. A special component of this mala is the Citrine convergence bead which also has a travel history. This be troubled with me to Mauna Kea and was charged during the January 2018 Super Blue Moon Eclipse. Made with love, light and intention this piece will surely bring amazing powerful energy to the wearer.
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"It was one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen. I was rain soaked and muddy, and had mosquito bites like crazy.... and I still felt tears fill my eyes." Mahalo Brittny Rene for sharing this amazing photo of Waimoku Falls with us!
You can visit this incredible waterfall in the Kīpahulu District of Haleakalā National Park, which is located about 12 miles past Hana town on the iconic "Road to Hana." This portion of our park preserves an intact ahupua'a, a traditional native Hawaiian land division that protects all resources from sea to summit. The streams are home to endemic gobies and other fish species that evolved from ancient salt water ancestors.
When visiting Kīpahulu, remember to start your trip with plenty of water, lots of snacks, bug repellent, sunscreen, close-toed shoes, and a full tank of gas. And as with all waterfalls in the state of Hawai'i, the Pipiwai Stream is prone to flash floods and rock falls can occur at any time. Be safe and stick to designated viewing areas.
I survived the 37 mile drive up from sea level to the summit of Haleakalā Volcano (10.000 ft/3.055 m) one of the greatest elevation gains in the shortest distance in the world. #haleakala#summithaleakala#haleakalavolcano
From above the clouds on Haleakalā, a massive shield volcano with the tallest peak at 3,055m above the sea level!!! We pass from 30degrees for something around 0 🥶
The view from there was just amazing!! So worth 🤩 #maui#hawaii#haleakala#volcano#from30to0degrees