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Sunday morning, Trevor and I (tried) to surf out in front of the Marriott. There were little to no waves, but we still made the best of it.

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We met up with Aunt Sheri, Jeannie, Cory, and Danielle for the hotel buffet. We enjoyed watching the birds chow down at a neighboring table.

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With the whole island to consider, Trevor and his aunt decided on a place to spread Rich’s ashes – the same hike my family took on our last day in Maui. The view is amazing, the ocean is bright blue, and the area is secluded.

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The start of our hike!

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The waves were huge!

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Our first stop.

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Almost there.

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Spreading Rich’s ashes. After, a large wave crashed along the rocks and created a beautiful and bright rainbow.

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Trevor and Cory spent a few minutes alone.

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A few tears were shed. We wanted to take a photo with a large wave spraying behind us. We had NO idea one of the LARGEST wave was going to soak us!

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Trevor and I are grateful to have this spot as a physical remembrance that we can return to while we’re living in Hawaii. Next time, Trevor and I will bring something to engrave his initials into the surrounding lava rock.

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We finished our hike near Napili Bay and enjoyed drinks at the Sea House.

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Sunday night, we had our last dinner together at Kimo’s in Lahaina. We said our goodbyes and left for the airport around 7:00p.

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Aunt Sheri, we cannot thank you enough for all that you did. We were so happy to be apart of this special weekend. Thank you Jeannie, Cory, and Danielle. We can’t wait to spend Christmas with you. THANK YOU, AGAIN. We love you.

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