Back in Hawaii, getting settled. My plan is to do relief or fill-in work, sort of like a substitute teacher. The veterinarian on Molokai had to go to the mainland for a few weeks, so I went over to help out. It is fun and rewarding to see everyone and to see how far they have advanced since I first started going over in 2008. The staff at the Molokai Humane Society is so on the ball that they now go to other islands to help with spay/neuter projects!
Tim went along with me the first week so we could explore the island. He hadn’t been topside since he was a kid!
The highest part of Molokai is actually a cloud forest. The Nature Conservancy maintains the preserve and the Pepe’opae boardwalk, which is a lovely walk with heaps of local plants. There is quite the contrast from the flat, dry red dirt in the west to the green, wet forest at the top of the mountain! It is a long, bumpy, 4×4 road…
On another day, we headed up to the edge of the sea cliffs for a view of Kalaupapa. I’ve been down there several times on feral cat projects. There are pics elsewhere on this blog!
Thanks for the great pics of Molokai, the only Hawaiian island I haven’t visited. Some terrific shots!
There are cool Molokai pics from Kalaupapa in 2012/2013: bksmithdvm.com/2012/09/27/feral-cat-clinic-at-kalaupapa/
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We’re so glad you came over! Thank you!!!
So glad to help!