One of my favorite pastimes since relocating to Maui almost 10 years ago is actually the State Sport – paddling in a 6 man outrigger canoe. There’s nothing like greeting the sunrise from the water at the dawn of a new day. I have met so many friends and developed an extended family or “ohana” while playing on the beach in the summertime. I give my time to my canoe club Lae’ula o Kai on the Board of Directors, and I feel supported by a community of professionals and participants with a common interest. From the kupuna (elders) to the keiki (children), it enriches your lives to interact on a recreational level. There are so many Reasons Maui and the beach are good for You.
This article posted in the Ka’hiau – community segment of The Maui News talks about my passion for paddling canoe and how you can get involved.
Practices begin early in the year and get more intense during springtime in preparation for the summer regatta season. Get it touch if you want to participate! They place you by division so you will always be amongst others at your age and skill level.
You know they say life expectancy is great in the islands, and I think we can attribute that to a more active lifestyle (in our earlier and later years), and a more relaxed pace and lifestyle. I relocated from the Los Angeles market almost 10 years ago and can help others considering Relocating to Maui. I look forward to connecting with my clients and introducing them to Maui’s best neighborhoods.
There’s something for everybody in Hawaii. If you’re considering a change, reach out!
Life is short, let’s get your toes in the sand.