The family takes a break,
flying to Maui. Dad is
scheduled to teach at Hilo on the
Dad's close friend named Ralph accompanies them to the outer islands.
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Ralph (old friend);
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Hello, everyone. Good to see you again. Thought I'd join you for sun and fun in Hawaii.
Nice to see you again, you old fart.
It's always good to share with a friend. We're flying to Maui today and plan on visiting
other islands in the next few days. Howz that grab ya?
[How does that grab you?]
I like it! I was booked solid,
but will rearrange my schedule.
Ralph, we're all happy you can go with us.
[The group flies to Maui and stay at a hotel in
Heads up, everyone.
This is the Kihei Coast,
where I once worked as a landscaper for an international hotel near here.