Friday, May 2, 2014
5-1-2014 DB's Dailies: Sadie&Pup, Kainoa&U/F@RI, Aukai@LL, R018,RIP,M&M@WP, Pohaku,Kolohe&Haupu@PC,Buster@GR, La'akea&Meli@TB
The Jurassic Park troops owned Makai Pier for about half the day. It was an extras cast of 300, along with 100 or so crew and tons of trucks and equipment. I guess Rabbit Island is home to seals and Dinosaurs ! We shall see. My morning observations were from the bleachers at Kaupo Beach Park, but I moved back to my plush sky box once the zoo left.
The Rabbit Island cast was Sadie & Pup (RB12)(D#28) starting at 2BS, but hauling out after a long swim session to a spot 80 ft right of 3BS at 1231 for a feed and a snooze. She is definitely showing the kid the territory.
On a pan at 0804 I found Kainoa (RN04) up in the Morning Glory, 70 ft right of 3BS. He would later move down to cool off. He appears to have full use of his LFF, and his CC wound has the look of the usual healed CC scar.
At 0930 what continues to be an U/F hauled out to the far left end of the beach. No tags, and no visible markers.
At 1307 Melanie called with the report of Aukai (RL12) at the Lanai Lookout Cove. Thanks Melanie.... Ya’ Done Good !!
At 0646 Team Billand reported R018 fronting #1706, and RIP (RR70) fronting Tower#2 at White Plains.
M&M (R020) would arrive at 0738 . She hauled out to RIP, and both would enter the water for a near shore frolic. At 0859 they would both haul out to join R018.
At 1134 the Billands received word of 3 animals at Paradise Cove. They would prove to be Pohaku (RO28) on the reef, and Kolohe (RW22)&Haupu (RB24) together on the beach. Kolohe & Haupu would relocate to Lani’s
At 1134 the Billands recieved word of an animal in a canal in Waianae, reported by the HFD. Debbie responded but found nobody.
At 1410 Team Billand found Buster (RV08) at Guard Rails, Maili.
Afternoon email from Vera Cober brought shots of La’akea (RK82)at Right Spot’s Spot and Meli (RF20)at the Elbow, from her Turtle Bay trek today.
Sadie and Pup
Aukai at Lanai Lookout
little cutie patootie taking a break from Moku Nui
La'akea at Turtle Bay
awww a little hug for herself
Little sister Meli