Work, pesky thing that it is, kept me from writing Part VI of Lifting the Veil yesterday, and since I’m headed off shortly to a three-day writing conference, I won’t have time to do it today, either.
But I’ll finish up the whole saga — taking into account requests for brevity and summary — when I get back on line, which may not be until Monday.
If you’re looking for something to read in the meantime, you might want to check out my latest Spirit of Aloha piece on ”My Good Life on Kauai.”
Here’s the link to an article I recently published in Honolulu Weekly on the Aha Moku Council program. It’s an initiative to incorporate indigenous stewardship practices into state resource management, but some feel the process has already been tainted by the participation of the Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council.
And if you’re curious about what’ s happening with Kauai’s voyaging canoe, Namahoe, here’s an update on that.