Phillips Ohana: Day Five

Breakfast: we played with what Trevor calls a “shucker.” I don’t know what it’s called but I’ve started calling this tool a shucker too. Anyways, we had fresh pineapple and Cuties for breakfast.

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On our way to the North Shore, we stopped to take photos in front of China Man’s Hat. I really love these photos.

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Two weeks before my family came out to Hawaii, Trevor and I talked Alex and Michael into skydiving with us. We planned for Easter Sunday at 9:30 am (hoping that if we were to test God’s grace, He would have gotten us on Friday). Dad and Mom were nervous!

Alex and Michael signing their lives away!

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We jumped through those clouds!

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Alex and Michael paid for a photographer. They received some pretty awesome photos.

Alex was first to jump!

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Michael was next!

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My skydiving instructor looked like Will Ferrell (he was Trevor’s photographer when we jumped the first time on Valentine’s Day, 2010).

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After skydiving, we decided to check out the shops and galleries in Haleiwa. We ate lunch at Grass Skirt Grill. My Ono salad was DELICIOUS! I did not put my fork down for a second.

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We ended our afternoon on the North Shore with shaved ice from Matsumoto. Trevor and I ordered it original. Rainbow :) I think the family enjoyed it.

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For Easter dinner, we ate at Gyu Kaku in the Windward Mall. It was Happy Hour all night with some meats at $1 a plate. We indulged in edamame, shrimp fried rice, garlic noodles, Kalbi steak, pesto chicken… And for dessert, $1 s’mores!

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Michael being silly :)

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