Lita and I are in Hawaii. We flew to Honolulu a couple of days ago and then flew on to Kauai to attend the annual Inner Circle of Advocates convention. The weather on Saturday, when we arrived, was nice but on the muggy side. Our hotel is the St Regis at Princeville. The location is beautiful with a large bay and we look across to the green and uninhabited other side. The drive was 45 minutes from the airport. We learned from the driver that when the hurricane hit here a few years ago, chickens escaped from pens and from commercial farms. They are now all over the island along with wild pigs. The problem is that the wild roosters start in before day break.
I attended the Board meeting on Saturday and we had a welcome reception. It was very well done. I know from being a past president that these conventions are stressful for both the president as well as their spouse, but Mark Davis seemed very relaxed.
Today, Sunday, it rained all morning before day break. One lonely rooster did sound off. The sky is overcast and it doesn't look promising for the beach party tonight.
I don't think I'll have time to update this report this week, so I'm just reporting in.