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"madame palay" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"madame palay" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"This real estate agent who was a friend of a friend kept pestering us to look at this house and we had thought about a house. Maybe Connie family had a lot of bedrooms and stuff for. Her all her siblings and stuff to grand, and this sounds was not for rent the. We stopped in there on the way to the airport. And we spent an hour or two wandering through this overgrown. Kona but with this beautiful. Japanese Architecture. D- By Dope. growers. Beautiful, house of not dancing but. I mean. Just a wonderful I am we We. Fell in love and. Put an offer on it we closed. Three days we were married. So we LE- honeymoon dare and. Hawaiian music began to take its Its effect on me. So. It was there when the house burned down. We had another house and it was in Kona and it turned out there was a Waldorf school. We were getting ready to spend our lives driving our son from point Reyes Hill dewilder school in. Lucas. Valley. and. Good Lord there was we've done a Waldorf kindergarten ten minutes from our house and we wow, okay. We're gonNA live in Conan. Because really wanting to come back. She come back here South Carolina. and. I want to go to Kona and and the Waldorf. Kindergarten well established. There and that was a plus your argument side. Yes. And Tristan my son who has four She said I'm full. Genome. But. You know I'm an full but. I knew Tristan was coming his let A. Lot of man. She. Had heard about him just hunted made a friend of kid who. In a restaurant in Kona when we were visiting that went to school. So one morning we will up with after the fire and we're all stunned. disappeared. and. He said I WANNA go to school and. called. The we haven't had the number 'cause the kids had a play day. down. there. And she said, you know I've heard about Tristan thought he might be coming here. I said well. It's a hell of a way to get here lose your house like that but done. Maybe Madame Palay. A has some workforce to do the volcano goddess. Yes yes, and the work was to build. That kindergarten out into A. K. through a Waldorf school which really which my my sweetheart spearheaded. took. Took years. To do that but. What a gift and then before we left it became. A. Or? After we'd left for we left in two thousand six. Connie's family was here in South Carolina, and she wanted some time with them. But it became a a public school. So that, all the kids. The underprivileged kids in. Up in Calicut. Got US a school. To go to I mean it's got a waiting list off the charts but because it is still Waldorf. Inspired Curriculum I. Guess He just say the word God or something it's not the Waldorf is. Well spiritual thing but it's not a religion or anything it's It's head heart and hands. You know. When you teach a kid like that. If you teach him, he's drawn to what resonates in his heart or her and. that. MAKES AVID students. I really fell in love with Waldorf Education. That school is thriving there. Now you know had. Maybe. Forty kids in the kindergarten. For five hundred now they they had their own out organic farm. This forty acres that. The Connie Baugh and we built a school on. And So this place for a form that was, and that was part of the master plan that there be an organic farm and then the kids learn about 'cause Waldorf they teach how to gross stuff. I mean they teach kids. That's part of the. Kindergarten curriculum. Well. What kindergarten doesn't want to get their hands dirty? Yes exactly and I learned to play a Ukulele because their teacher left. And I thought well, it can't be too hard I. Only four search. And Connie. Who's been a by witnessed like Kim violinist started here can when she was three she taught. Violin and I Louis for a couple of years and. Well. I mean I. The I. At Teachers? My estimation of t shirts just soared to the roof I thought as I was. Having trouble holding onto this one class. Myself, how'd they teach a math? If I can get them to focus on something? That's this much fun. How the hell. Pizza, Matara so yeah, it was A. Wonderful thing I became a teacher became a an organic farmer. And I lost the host on California enriched up but not the studio. Now, my daughter has just completed a record up their jazzy young. and. Lot of other people recorded in studio. Most to them. My son's had a band for a while. Based Negro. Yeah She jazz band yes. Yeah. That was my godson playing drums and Cheyenne. Blood Sun. Plan base. And and then. To Marvelous Guitar players..

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"madame palay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"madame palay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"But there's a lot of history there. There's a wonderful expanded farmers market on Wednesdays and Saturdays in Hilo because of all the rain, most of the orchid nurture nurseries are there, and you can tour them, and they will ship these beautiful orchids back to the mainland for you. There's a lot of authenticity in Hilo, Tom and a lot of people don't ever get over there. And as we look to develop Ed sports seizure, vacations, new trips for the future. I can see a spending a little bit of time in Hilo because I think it's a really interesting spot. And then, of course, the other side of the island is is where I am. Now. There is a great road that connects there's two ways to get well actually three to get from one side of the island to the other. You can go with the south road, which takes you to the most southern most point in the US and take you to some black sand beaches and through volcanoes national park, which of course, is a huge attraction. Or you can go the northern route which will give you a chance to visit Jim ready. Cops Hawaiian vanilla farm and some other places on the north part of the or you can take what they call the saddle road across the island. It's the shortest route. And the reason it's called the saddle road is because it goes between monologue and Monica the two volcanoes that basically comprise most of the land mass here on the big island. And there is the most fascinating Hawaiian forest as you climb the hill out of Hilo of Hawaiian hardwoods. And and I I have no idea. What would they are? But I'll find out, but just the more. I've never seen it before. Because I'd never traveled that road before. So if you come to the big island take time to take that that road between the two volcanoes because if the weather is nice, and it's clear the views are spectacular. And don't forget to allow time to stop to take pictures at the at the hardwood forest on the Hilo side of the mountains. If you're staying here in on the big island. You've been here before Tom, right? I have. Yes. My head of my father-in-law lived on the big island for a number of years and the wife, and I used to come and visit in Hilo was one of our destinations. We did the saddle road, by the way with that being said one of the things we ran across then. And then curious if it's still true that you're not supposed to travel on roads that are that are run blessed? Otherwise, you might fall victim. Fall harm in one way or another to Madame Palay. You know, I had car virtually quit running wild on the saddle road when we wandered off into a unblemished road. So are those rumors or is that stuff still those rumors still abound? Tom along with there's a huge display at the volcano national park. And folks who have been here will attest to this of folks who took souvenirs from the volcano Tacoma, some lava bits or other things that of course, belong to. The leftover bones of those. Well, you know, anything that came out of the volcano belongs to Madame Palay. Take that stuff home with you. And the visitor's center has an entire display with letters from people who have sent things. Okay. They got home, and they broke their leg. Their house burned down the car crash, and they attributed to the fact that they ignored the warnings to. Yeah. Exactly. I got stores. All right. And of course, there was the old captain beans Dittrich sale. Yes. Which was famous here on the islands for many years. Unfortunately, in one of the big storms the ship ran aground years ago, and his is no longer here, which is disheartening to me, and perhaps the U Thomas absolutely nothing else to sing evenings. Nothing else has taken its place to speak of no, no, which is a sort of appropriate in a way because the the captain beans there sale also affectionately known as the booze cruise at the time. Where they took it out in the ocean and play with my ties and got people to dance on tables, and do all kinds of fun things the fish, hopper if you've ever been to see Kyle Kono before and you've walked the streets here. There's a very famous restaurant out right across from the breakwater called the fish hopper for those folks who have our longtime Hawaii visitors. It's still here. I'm not a huge fan of luau was but the island breeze luau island breeze is a company that's put on Lou house for many years and the Lou Alday do here at the king cameo hotel is probably the best one in the islands. They do it's young people. They do a terrific job of telling the story of Ian, the food's pretty good. The prices are not unreasonable and the luau takes place on the historic grounds here at the hotel. So there's at least a little bit of authenticity. They're just up the road between Kylo Kona and the airport is a seahorse ranch. If you have never been to a Sea Horse ranch before go to this one because. You'll get an opportunity for a cute little seahorse to wrap its tail around your finger. If you take the tour there, and it's something that you can't do anywhere else. And one other thing I will say Tom about eating here. Oh, gosh. They had a great crab buffet at the king mayo last night. How would I know that? I can only guess I can just tell you that for for some strange reason man cannot live by shave ice alone. But there's no reason not to try for those folks on the mainland who have never been Hawaii or have come here and never try to shave ice because they thought it was a snow cone. Oh, I have just very bad news for you shave ice is not a snow cone. And if you come here to Hawaii, and as a child you ever had any affinity for said snow cones, make sure that you order yourself a shave ice. I remember recommend a scoop of vanilla ice cream in the bottom of it. And they will some of the shave ice places here. Tom have natural flavors. So instead of putting artificially flavored corn syrup on your shave ice. Why they put some some wonderful things. And it's it's it's possible to pay as much as eight or ten dollars for a shave ice. And I'm lucky to be able to afford that in enjoy it. So there you go vice shave shave ice. That's that's the expensive version of a snow cone, and I'm just I'm just gonna plant this seat. I don't want you guys to think too much about it right now. But later on when you have some thinking time, it is an occupied think about the profit margin of a snow cone. Especially at eight dollars. No shave because it is the main ingredient is shaved ice. Hey, Tom before I go here. I wanted to get into Maui a little bit. And we don't have time for that today. So we'll we'll have to hold that. For for another day. I'm Christopher Galloway headed there with a group of sports leisure travelers this afternoon, I want to take just a second here. And thank the TSA people around the country and the air traffic controllers for for for working without a paycheck. I I'm certain that this is causing a lot of them some some really serious personal issues, and I can't tell them enough, and and I have this opportunity. So I want to take advantage of it. How much those of us who travel and who work in the travel industry. Appreciate the fact that they are continuing to work without a paycheck. And this is not a political statement. This is not a about one side or the other. It's simply about a bunch of hardworking people who tried to keep us safe. All the time. They have to be right. Every time every day bad people only have to be right once I think they do a great job and the people who land in the airplanes, the people who make it possible for planes take off and land and make it through the sky safely. The air traffic controllers who are also working without pay. Hopefully, these all these folks will be paid in this will all be over soon. But I think it's important to know that some of these folks in the system right now are working for free in essence, so that you can travel, and I I think it's it's not a bad thing to stop and say thank you to those folks if you have the opportunity. Yeah. Absolutely. If you're flying anytime soon, you know, make a point to thank the TSA folks that you run across you might even. You know, tell them why you're. You can just say as that after they take your ID, you can just a little three or four words. Thank you would be just fine. We sent at sports leisure vacations. We sent I I don't know. I think ten or twelve dozen donuts out there the other day just because the only thing we could think of something to do just to say to all of them. Thank you in some small way that we we realize what's going on. And we appreciate what you're doing. All righty. Thank you, Mark. We'll be looking forward to talking about Maui. Next time. We are the travel and entertainment guys, which leads us to our next interview. Coming up in about two and a half minutes the Broadway hit come from behind. Come from. Did I say home from away? There's probably one of those to come from the way opened in San Francisco. We're going to talk with one of the cast members Kevin Carroll, and that's next year on the travel guys. The.

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"madame palay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"madame palay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That's may bail, Tom out dot com. A gofundme me for the travel guys. Frontier. That is the that that I can't first of all I can't believe that frontier is is doing it. I don't doubt that the people at frontier airlines are paid such low salaries that. Remember the last week? We had a story about the lady coming home, and she was going through Dallas. And there wasn't a single because frontier doesn't have actual employees. They have contracted employees. And there wasn't a single frontiers employees in the Dallas airport. That's a pretty big place. I mean covers about half of Texas. So. Anyways it. Yeah. Well, there you go high from Hawaii Aloha island Aloha king king Kamehameha hotel, which people who have been visiting this big island for a while. This hotel has been here for about a little over half a century. You're at the king commander. Visit still have the little biddy piece of a beach right in the. It does and it still has the luau grounds. And it's still expect tackler location here in in downtown Kyle Kona. And and and this hotel has a distinction that I really want to point out not only is it. It's had many lives through the years. Some of them not as good as others. It's having one of its best lives right now, the the decor. The they've done a terrific job in just there's a there's a large lobby here that has kind of some shops Senate and extended lobby and they've put a lot of artwork in it. And it's very nicely and tastefully displayed. There are a lot of historic exhibits. This is a very historic part of Hawaii and the Lou outgrounds here at the hotel are historic the prices are reasonable here. But but the good news about the king command hotel on the big island health of I E ON the Kona coast is it is one of the few remaining large hotels in the islands that is not charging resort fee. Well, that's great news. Considering that you can stay at the Marriott in Waikiki and pay thirty seven dollars a day as a resort fee, which gets you not even a kiss. I it's it's really gotten out of hand. I mean, it just is unbelievable. But this hotel here on the big island to king. It's a courtyard hotel, which ironically is a Marriott brand. But they have no. A fee for short-sea. Now, they do charge for parking and the other things that are normal hotel has charged tore over the years, but just let those those hotels that have the the resort fees, usually the parking is not a part of the resort fee because after all that would make sense. And why would you wanna do that with a resort fee in Hilo for God's sake? The only good hotel when he lo I found out two nights ago is charging resort fee now, which yeah, I it's it's kind of it's just bizarre. But anyway, I I don't really understand Tom, and we need to talk a little bit about Hawaii. Here. We only have a tremendous amount of time. But I just don't understand the philosophy. Maybe we can take some time in the next couple of weeks to talk about this, especially in the travel industry of just goosing people every time you get a chance. I mean, take a dollar from here. Get five bucks from get a twenty from over here. And it's just it's made travel sits at adversarial. It's because every time you turn around somebody's got their hand in. Your back pocket trying to you know, and they're not they're not trying to take your whole wallet. They just wanna take ten spot out of it. So it's it's I don't know. It's discouraging talking a little bit about the big island here though. And some of the the great places I spent some time in Hilo, which I would tell you is one of the most authentic places to visit in the islands because it they get a tremendous amount of rain and Hilo which discourages tourists from going there. You don't go to Hilo to lay on the beach. But there's a lot of history there. There's a wonderful expanded farmers market on Wednesdays and Saturdays in Hilo because of all the rain, most of the orchid nurture nurseries are there, and you can tour them, and they will ship these beautiful orchids back to the mainland for you. There's a lot of. In Hilo, Tom and a lot of people don't ever get over there. And as we look to develop Ed sports leisure, vacations, new trips for the future. I can see a spending a little bit of time in Hilo because I think it's a really interesting spot. And then, of course, the other side of the island is is Kona where I am. Now. There is a great road that connects there's two ways to get well actually three to get from one side of the island to the other. You can go the south road, which takes you to the most southern southernmost point in the US and take you to some black sand beaches and through volcanoes national park, which of course, is a huge attraction. Or you can go the northern route which will give you a chance to visit Jim ready. Cops Hawaiian vanilla farm and some other places on the north part of the island or you can take what they call the saddle road across the island. It's the shortest route. And the reason it's called the saddle road is because it goes between monologue and Monaca the to all K knows that basically comprise most of the landmass here on the big island. And there is the most fascinating Hawaiian forest as you climb the hill out of Hilo of Hawaiian hardwoods. And and I have no idea. What would they are? But I'll find out but just I've never seen it before. Because I'd never traveled that road before. So if you come to the big island take time to take that that road between the two volcanoes because if the weather is nice, and it's clear the views are spectacular. And don't forget to allow time to stop to take pictures at the at the hardwood forest on the Hilo side of of the mountains. If you're staying here in on the big island. You've been here before Tom, right? I have. Yes. My head of my father-in-law lived on the big island for a number of years and the wife, and I used to come and visit in Hilo was one of our destinations. We did the saddle road, by the way with that being said one of the things we ran across then. And I'm curious if it's still true that you're not supposed to travel on roads that are that are run blessed? Otherwise, you might fall victim. Fall harm in one way or another to Madame Palay. You know, I had car virtually quit running wild on the saddle road when we wandered off into a unblemished road. So are those rumors or is that stuff still those rumors still abound? Tom along with it. There's a huge display at the volcano national park. And folks have been here will attest to this of folks who took souvenirs from the volcano took calm, some lava bits or other things that of course, belong to. What do you think that the leftover bones of those? Well, you know, anything that came out of the volcano belongs to Madame Palay. Take that stuff home with you. And the visitor's center has an entire display with letters from people who upset things they got home, and they broke their leg. Their house burned down the car crash, and they attributed to the fact that they ignored the warnings to. Yeah. Exactly, I got stores. And of course, there was the old captain beans dinner sale. Yes. Which was famous here on the islands for many years. Unfortunately, in one of the big storms, the ship aground a few years ago, and his is no longer here, which is disheartening to me, and perhaps the U Thomas absolutely nothing else to sing evenings, nothing else has taken its place to speak of, you know, no, no, which is a sort of appropriate in a way because the the captain beans there are sale also affectionately known as the booze cruise at the time. Where they took it out in the ocean and play with my ties and got people to dance on tables, and do all kinds of fun things the fish, hopper if you've ever been due to Kyle Kono before and you've walked the streets here. There's a very famous restaurant right across from the breakwater called the fish hopper for those folks who have our longtime Hawaii visitors. It's still here. I'm not a huge fan of luau was but the island breeze luau island breeze is a company that's put on Lou house for many years. Lou Alday do here at the king cameo hotel is probably the best one in the islands. They do. It's young people. They do a terrific job of telling the story of Ian. The food's pretty good. The prices are not unreasonable and the luau takes place on the historic grounds here at the hotel. So there's at least a little bit of authenticity. They're just up the road between Kiowa Kona and the airport is a seahorse ranch. If you have never been to a seahorse ranch before go to this one because you'll get an opportunity for a cute little seahorse to wrap its tail around your finger, if you take the tour there, and it's something that you can't do anywhere else. And one other thing I will say Tom about eating here. Oh, gosh. They had a great crab buffet at the king. Command mayo last night. How would I know that? I can only guess I can just tell you that for for some strange reason man cannot live by shave ice alone. But there's no reason not to try for those folks on the mainland who have never been Hawaii or have come here and never try to shave ice because they thought it was a snow cone. Oh, I have just very bad news for you shave ice is not a snow cone. And if you come here to Hawaii, and as a child you ever had any affinity for said snow cones, make sure that you order yourself a shave ice. I remember recommend a scoop of vanilla ice cream in the bottom of it. And they will some of the shave ice places here. Tom have natural flavors. So instead of putting artificially flavored corn syrup on your shave ice. Why they put some some wonderful things. And it's it's it's possible to pay as much as eight or ten dollars for a shave ice. And I'm lucky to be able to afford that in an enjoy it. So there you go. Device shave shave ice. That's that's the expensive version of a snow cone, and I'm just I'm just going to plant this seat. I don't want you guys to think too much about it right now. But later on when you have some thinking time, it is an occupied think about the profit margin of a snow cone. Especially at eight dollars shave because it is the main ingredient is shaved ice. Hey, Tom before I go here. I I wanted to get into Maui a little bit. And we don't have time for that today. So we'll we'll have to hold that. For for another day. I'm Christopher Galloway is headed there was a group of sports leisure travelers this afternoon. I want to take just a second here..

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Cindy McCain tweets about White House aide accused of mocking John McCain

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Cindy McCain tweets about White House aide accused of mocking John McCain

"Call away kaby hawaii news time six sixteen time for news with rick worthington well speaking of president trump and north korean leader kim jong hoon summit is now set for june twelfth and singapore north korea recall suddenly announced that it had achieved all of its nuclear goals it had a nuclear arsenal it had weapons that could carry nuclear warheads it claimed as far as north america and now it was going to suddenly shift and focus on economic development the big question there are they willing to after having invested untold treasurer and time and and risks international isolation are they willing to simply bargain away their nuclear arsenal in the interest of a better relationship with the us in other news reports of one of trump's white house aides comment about john mccain has raised a few eyebrows in washington he's dying anyway a white house aide kelly sadler is quoted as saying about senator john mccain when discussing mckay opposition to cia nominee gina hospital that's according to a source with knowledge of the meeting or communication staffers were discussing promotion for hospitals confirmation a white house statement does not deny the quote simply expressing respect for senator mccain service the trump mccain relationship has tended to be caustic ever since candidate donald trump downplayed mccain's imprisonment and torture in vietnam as to his inability to avoid capture his wife cindy mccain tweeted may i remind you my husband has a family seven children and five grandchildren bob costantini washington speaking of concern how about that big old volcano in hawaii hawaiian officials say killer whales activity resembles what was seen right before a major eruption in nineteen twenty four that's one enormous rocks called ballistic boulders were launched from the earth steve hill and his family spent the past five days packing as they hope to have something to return to we think fondly of madame palay we've left her lesson jen we hope that she thinks we're good stewards and sees fit to leave our our land home intact i'm john lawrence reporting still to.

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