Tag Archives: Hawaii

Wading Through The Past Looking For The Present

Blond Haired Eddy And Me (Blue Shirt)In Hawaii The More Things Change The More They Stay The Same June, 80 It was not my idea to dwell on the past. In fact, I was really interested in Eddy’s present state … Continue reading

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My Happiness Remained In The Present, Always

Us And Them–Black and blue And who knows which is which and who is who Up and Down And in the end it’s only round and round and round Beach In Retrospect Keaau, Beach July 29, `73 I just got … Continue reading

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The Little Guy Slammed An Iron Frying Pan Into Eddy’s Head

Keaau Beach June 8, `73 Last night, or more specifically yesterday afternoon, six mokes jumped Eddy. They wanted to finish the job they started a week ago. This time Eddy got fucked over bad. All six kicked him, while Russell’s … Continue reading

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Two Lover’s On The Beach

Our New Home Keaau Beach April, `73 C.S. and I have been getting along like lovers. I didn’t realize how much I had missed her until she was back in my arms. Our romantic feelings couldn’t have gotten any better. … Continue reading

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Learning Love

Downtown Honolulu Repeat Post With More History April ‘73 Back on the beach, Eddy needed money, so he found himself a painting job in downtown Honolulu. Poor Eddy, he spent four hours a day going to and from work on … Continue reading

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Yoga Philosophy

Shiva-Vishnu Temple Bay Area California Writing About Yoga Keaau Beach, Oahu When I got back to Keaau nobody was around. I was glad for that, so I used that time to write down everything I could remember about yoga. I … Continue reading

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Zen Temple

Zen Temple which replaced the old one that I visited back in ’73 Checking Out Nuuanu Ave. I knew from past experience that the Honolulu’s “religious culture” was concentrated on Nuuanu Ave. I especially wanted to go to Nichiren Shoshu, … Continue reading

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