Too Nice to Stay Home

I really should have been doing some housework, but yesterday was such a lovely day!

First stop was FOC. Old habits die hard.

no one aboard

I was curious to see if anything was going on. No one was there. 😦 Shame, as it was a perfect day to do work on deck. Oh well. Moving on…

Natoma was heading out:

Natoma

Star Princess was at Pier 10.

Rat guards:

Star Princess rat guards

Stack detail:

Star Princess stack detail

Reflection:

reflection

While I was up on the Aloha Tower observation deck, a lovely family from Boston asked me where Diamond Head was.

Oh…it’s over…there…oh…hmm…

They showed me the text in the tourist publication that said one could see Diamond Head from the tower.

I admit that I was quite dismayed that all that was visible through all of the buildings was just a small slice of mountain. No wonder they were confused!

Nakolo at Pier 14:

Nakolo

School of papio:

school of papio

Poor Moku Ahi. I guess someone is looking after her though. Still shiny:

Moku Ahi detail

Jury-rig fence repair with part of an old fan, producing something that looks like a steel spider’s web:

steel web

Ao Shibi IV:

Ao Shibi IV

Didn’t I say it was a nice day? Look at how clear the mountains are!

clear day

Gasp! A flying thing! Hawaiian Airlines plane overhead:

Hawaiian plane

Ocean Pathfinder heading past Mokihana:

Ocean Pathfinder passing Mokihana

I saw something moving in the water. At first I thought it might be a sea turtle, but it wasn’t behaving like one:

what is it

My best guess from what I saw…some sort of large ray?

Mikioi and the mystery animal in the foreground:

what is it 2

Mikioi again with Mokihana shifting to Pier 32:

Mikioi Mokihana

Horizon Lines gantry crane at work unloading Horizon Spirit:

Horizon gantry crane

As I was watching Mokihana, a fishing boat arrived at the pier. There were already a number of boats tied up and the captain was trying to squeeze in to the space that was left. The maritime version of parallel parking.

This was not a good idea:

oh oh too close

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