Carnival of Rainbow Colors

There are so many colors to be seen in the Aloha State and this Carnival just shares a few.  We are welcoming some new bloggers to our little Carnival family!

A sunset rainbow over Punchbowl.

This month our Carnival starts under an almost-visible double rainbow.  As always, we need someone to be in charge of the food.  Let’s welcome Lisa who will help us out with this.

Lisa tells us all about the Farmers’ Market in Kailua in a post over at Oahu Mom, saying, “This is the first time I’ve submitted an article but hope it won’t be the last.”  People love these Farmers’ Markets, where ever they happen.  I must say, the vegetables are something to admire.  Those beautiful veggies are the start of our rainbow colors to be sure.  I hope your participation will be a regular event, Lisa!

Megsie also joins us with a scientific approach to aquaculture and more.  Let’s welcome Megsie as she shares a place that I have yet to visit.  This is a fascinating underwater journey if you just pay attention to the details.

Megsie Siple explains the details while sharing Life at the Sea Wall posted at Fishpond Fever: Loko I’a o He’eia, saying, “this blog is about Hawai’ian fishponds and specifically the ecology of He’eia fishpond in Kaneohe, HI. It’s meant to be a window for the public to read about the biology of the pond, and learn about native Hawai’ian aquaculture, invasive species, and science at a historic cultural site.”  Thank you, Megsie, for sharing this!  I hope you will join us with more about the fish ponds, and as often as you can!

We just can’t seem to sit still can we?  Let’s also welcome Donna who joins us with feet that are just as itchy as ours!

Donna Hull presents Spring Break Ideas for Baby Boomers posted at My Itchy Travel Feet, saying, “Why the Big Island of Hawaii makes the perfect spring break destination for adventurous baby boomers.”  Hey, good choice Donna!  Now you need to come back, visit, and write some more.

Sheila is here.  Literally.  She’s here.  Again.  Hooray!  ‘Cause has itchy feet too!  Sheila takes us on a Safari Helicopters Kauai Refuge Eco-Tour.  We get a lot of colors with this one over at!  Kauai is never a visual disappointment.  Thank you, Sheila, for taking us with you!

Hawai’i is so memorable with all of it colors, cultures, and races that it really does make a great back-drop for movies like Jurassic Park, or for television shows like Hawaii 5-0, or for books like One Man’s Paradise!

Evelyn (me) shares a Book Review: One Man’s Paradise that shares the story of some strange yet believable characters populating the streets of Honolulu, posted over at The Writing Sprite.

That concludes this colorful edition. Submit your blog article to the next chapter of Carnival of Aloha using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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  • 1 Sheila // Oct 10, 2010 at 9:08 am

    Mahalo for the lovely, colorful carnival, Evelyn!

  • 2 Evelyn // Oct 10, 2010 at 6:53 pm

    Hi Sheila! I take it you guys got home safely? I’m sorry we didn’t get a chance to link up this time! 🙁 But, that’s okay — you’ve got more pictures and stories to tell now! 🙂 Hugs to you both!

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