I’ve recently retired and have started on my bucket list. So this is the place I’ll share pictures and stories of adventures in progress.

So far I’ve been restoring Leleahina, an ancient stone temple dedicated to the Hawaiian goddess of the moon. Now, from August 22 to October 17 I will be on El Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage from Southern France across Northen Spain.

When I get back home to Honolulu I will look for a publisher for “Waiting at the Makaha”, a memoir I’ve written about my experience of bringing an ancient Hawaiian sea farm back to life from 1989 to 2001. That book about waiting on fishes and lessons-learned starts with me running and ends with me walking.

So that’s why this “walking and waiting” blog starts with walking first–this pilgrimage to see what I may find, inside and out–and follows with the “Waiting” that I’ve already done and hope is soon to come.