The waterfront in Lahaina, Maui

A view of the Lahaina waterfront taken from the second floor balcony of the old territorial courthouse. This was one of the first pictures I took with my new Nikon D3100. There's a geocache at the base of the lighthouse.

Several years ago, KidsRN and I set a goal to find at least three geocaches in every U.S. state. We’ve been knocking them off pretty steadily. The only areas left are New England and the Pacific Northwest. We recently got back from Hawaii, where we cached on four islands – Hawaii, Oahu, Kauai and Maui. That’s state number 38. Our favorite island was Maui. It’s got the best blend of island life, outdoor activities and amenities. The town of Lahaina is an old whaling village with the look and feel of a nautical New England town. It was the setting for James Michener’s book Hawaii and the movie version. We didn’t get to spend a lot of time there, but when we go back to Hawaii, that’s where we’ll be headed.

Book ’em, Danno….The Cachemanian Devils