Let’s go Paddling!!! Ewa Beach to Kahe Pt.

Aloha Paddlers!

Looks like the wind has backed off in time for our next paddle coming up this Saturday, Dec. 10. This weekend, we’ll be paddling from Kalaeloa Beach Park, around Kalaeloa Point(Formerly Barber’s Point), past Paradise cove beach and over to Electric Beach at Kahe Point. The route features some great surf breaks with long rides along the route as well as some interesting protected channel paddling in the paradise cove area.

This 7 mile paddle is suitable for beginners IF the wind and surf is within the normal range. So, ya might want to call the National Weather service at 973-4380 and press 3 for the surf forecast and 2 for the wind forecast, or, go to the surf News Network – http://www.surfnewsnetwork.com/ so you can make your decision based on the latest info.

So, we’ll plan on meeting at Kalaeloa Beach Park by the runway for the old Barber’s Pt. air station at 8:00AM to off-load boats, and the shuttle will leave about 8:20 to move cars to the finish point at Electric Beach. This should put us in the water around 9:15 and finishing up the paddle about 12:00 o’clock.

If you don’t know this area well, I strongly suggest you print a mapquest map or bring your map book along so that you don’t have a difficult time finding the right beach, which has happened in the past on this route. If you’re having a hard time locating the group on Sunday morning, you’ll be able to reach me on the cell at 375-1030.

OK gang, this should be a fun paddle, so we’ll see ya there!!

Also, This is the last paddle of the year, so if I don’t see you this weekend, I’d like to wish you all a Great Christmas and be sure to reflect on the meaning for this holiday.

If you haven’t got your Christmas tree yet, we’ve got our own Christmas Tree farm right here on Oahu. Here’s a little blurb for them:

WHITMORE VILLAGE — Hawaii’s green and friendly Christmas tree farm Helemano Farms soon will open for its 6th year, offering thick, evergreen Leyland Cypress Christmas trees and thousands of traditional, gorgeous Norfolk Pines! We open for the holidays on November 25, the day after Thanksgiving 2011.

Prices for our Christmas trees and wreaths are the same as last year! Norfolks start at $40 for trees up to 6 feet tall, and Leyland Cypress trees start at $60. Our locally made Christmas wreaths start at $25. We also sell Christmas tree stands and potted Leyland Cypress trees.
The farm will be open for the season until December 23, 2011. Our hours are noon to sunset on Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to sunset on Saturday and Sunday. We are closed on all Mondays.
Helemano Farms workers cut, wrap and load all trees for customers free of charge. In the spirit of staying local, we do not ship trees off the island of Oahu. The farm does not sell potted Norfolk Pine trees. We carefully cut our Norfolks so a new tree grows from each stump!
We are located on Whitmore Avenue in Wahiawa. Much more information about our farm and our trees is at HelemanoFarms.com and Facebook.com

Mahalo and Happy Holidays!
Tim Ruel
Webmaster
Helemano Farms LLC
Whitmore Village, Central Oahu, Hawaii

Aloha,

Bob Twogood
President
34 B Hamakua Drive
Kailua, Hawaii 96734
www.twogoodkayaks.com
Ph   808-262-5656
Fax   808-261-3111

30 years serving Hawaii’s Kayakers…………

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Let’s go Paddling!!! Ewa Beach to Kahe Pt.

Aloha Paddlers!

Looks like the wind has backed off in time for our next paddle coming up this Saturday, Dec. 10. This weekend, we’ll be paddling from Kalaeloa Beach Park, around Kalaeloa Point(Formerly Barber’s Point), past Paradise cove beach and over to Electric Beach at Kahe Point. The route features some great surf breaks with long rides along the route as well as some interesting protected channel paddling in the paradise cove area.

This 7 mile paddle is suitable for beginners IF the wind and surf is within the normal range. So, ya might want to call the National Weather service at 973-4380 and press 3 for the surf forecast and 2 for the wind forecast, or, go to the surf News Network – http://www.surfnewsnetwork.com/ so you can make your decision based on the latest info.

So, we’ll plan on meeting at Kalaeloa Beach Park by the runway for the old Barber’s Pt. air station at 8:00AM to off-load boats, and the shuttle will leave about 8:20 to move cars to the finish point at Electric Beach. This should put us in the water around 9:15 and finishing up the paddle about 12:00 o’clock.

If you don’t know this area well, I strongly suggest you print a mapquest map or bring your map book along so that you don’t have a difficult time finding the right beach, which has happened in the past on this route. If you’re having a hard time locating the group on Sunday morning, you’ll be able to reach me on the cell at 375-1030.

OK gang, this should be a fun paddle, so we’ll see ya there!!

Also, This is the last paddle of the year, so if I don’t see you this weekend, I’d like to wish you all a Great Christmas and be sure to reflect on the meaning for this holiday.

If you haven’t got your Christmas tree yet, we’ve got our own Christmas Tree farm right here on Oahu. Here’s a little blurb for them:

WHITMORE VILLAGE — Hawaii’s green and friendly Christmas tree farm Helemano Farms soon will open for its 6th year, offering thick, evergreen Leyland Cypress Christmas trees and thousands of traditional, gorgeous Norfolk Pines! We open for the holidays on November 25, the day after Thanksgiving 2011.

Prices for our Christmas trees and wreaths are the same as last year! Norfolks start at $40 for trees up to 6 feet tall, and Leyland Cypress trees start at $60. Our locally made Christmas wreaths start at $25. We also sell Christmas tree stands and potted Leyland Cypress trees.
The farm will be open for the season until December 23, 2011. Our hours are noon to sunset on Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to sunset on Saturday and Sunday. We are closed on all Mondays.
Helemano Farms workers cut, wrap and load all trees for customers free of charge. In the spirit of staying local, we do not ship trees off the island of Oahu. The farm does not sell potted Norfolk Pine trees. We carefully cut our Norfolks so a new tree grows from each stump!
We are located on Whitmore Avenue in Wahiawa. Much more information about our farm and our trees is at HelemanoFarms.com and Facebook.com

Mahalo and Happy Holidays!
Tim Ruel
Webmaster
Helemano Farms LLC
Whitmore Village, Central Oahu, Hawaii

Aloha,

Bob Twogood
President
34 B Hamakua Drive
Kailua, Hawaii 96734
www.twogoodkayaks.com
Ph   808-262-5656
Fax   808-261-3111

30 years serving Hawaii’s Kayakers…………

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.