All smiles waiting to go.
Waiting to board.
Lots of gear.
Getting gear ready at the Blue Water Hunter
Kris and his Mahi Mahi
Brian and his first Mahi Mahi
Nikki reeling in her first Mahi Mahi
First Mahi Mahi
Heading out to go spearfishing.
Alex getting ready to hit the water.
Amy hanging out with us for the day.
Alex is ready to do some shooting!
Kris's first Mahi Mahi.
Riding between FAD's. Capt. Eddie and Rob White.
Mahi mahi catch of the day.
Rainbow runner shot by Alex!
Bigger feish eat smaller fish.
Aloha message down 30 ft. at Place of Refuge.
Bond Girls Courtney and Nikki.
Rainbow runner makes delicious sushimi!
Courtney and Alex.
Sunset view from our patio.
Grillmaster at work.
The guys..Alex, Brian and Kris.
Freshly speared Mahi mahi
Brian's second Mahi mahi.
Rob, Brian and Alex.
Capt. Eddie, Rob, Brian and Alex.
At the official scale.
There it is 26 lbs.
Fileting fish back at the Blue Water Hunter.
Rob is happy about cleaning time!
Hmmm...so many delicious beers to choose from at the Kona Brewery.
That's a False Killer Whale swimming by.
Three false killer whales eating/playing with a large Mahi Mahi.
Group self portrait.
We had the best meals. The guys are all fantastic chefs.
Courtney in the deep blue having fun.
Alex checking out the reef.
Nikki on SCUBA.
Bond girls looking fierce.
Bond Girls hard at work.
Coastline at the Sheraton Hotel.
Alex spotting the dove spot for the next day.
Sunset from the Sheraton.
The National Gaurd reserve guys from Hilo. We played a great game of pool volleyball with these guys at the Sheraton.
Rainbow runner #2 shot by Alex off the Sheraton.
Love this place.
Black Sand Beach.
Beautiful pond opposite the Black Sand Beach.
Uncle Dennis home in Pahoa.
Everything you see in these photos was planted by Dennis.
Hiked out to the lava flow.
The contrasting colors of the turquoise ocean against the black cliff, and the black lava against the green jungle are spectacular.
Dennis loves going to the lava flow.
Having a beer to cool us down.
It's very dramatic out here. It's very hot and quite the experience!
A little surf and turf.
Freediving at Captain Cook Cove.
42 feet, first time.
A nice paddle accross the cove to the monument.
Ocean view from the pool.
Brian's b-day Oct. 3rd. I had my toes painted in the colors of the Mahi Mahi for good luck. It worked!
See, I told you it worked. My second Mahi. This one was 21 lbs.
Brian's third mahi.
Rob taking a photo of me and my fish.
Rob White, a happy Nikki, and Capt. Jeff.
Catch of the day.
Gotta love swimming at sunset.
Stand up paddle boarding. I'm hooked!
Packing up to go home. So sad.