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As residents on the islands of Kauai and The Big Island assimilate nature’s movement, daily life continues to reveal the many blessings of living on a paradise island.
Despite scattered evidence of the flash flooding that surprised Kauai in April of this year, businesses are open to the public and the sun shines radiantly upon Hanalei Bay. Visitors are able to fully experience the stunning majesty of Kauai’s North Shore gem! While the North Shore is the only area that experienced severe damage, construction is well underway to recuperate the losses. Black Pots Beach Park remains off-limits and Kuhio Highway north of Hanalei is only open to local traffic.
The flooding that occurred was both humbling and empowering. A beautifully transparent relationship with nature is unavoidable when living in a location with grand natural influence. Thankfully, no one was hurt and only material aspects of life were damaged. In turn, community has banded together and support has showed up from all over the world. Relationships have been strengthened and the values that knit life together fortified.
The island continues to thrive, businesses continue to service and aloha continues to inspire.