Thursday Doors – Kilauea

The Mrs and I were married in September, 2006. For our honeymoon, we chose to travel someplace neither one of us had ever been before – Hawaii. My Thursday Door is from that trip. We were on the island of Kauai and visited the Kilauea Lighthouse and Wildlife Refuge.

Hawaii lighthouse
Long view cuz the lighthouse is just too cool!

hawaii kailauea 3

I assume if you are a woman/girl from Australia, you are allowed beyond the sign…

Thursday Doors is a weekly challenge for door-seeking souls (some of us perpetually on vacation…) in search of group-inclusiveness. It is the blog-child of Norm 2.0. Want to see more doors from around the globe? Go to his site HERE and travel past all his wonderful door pics (9 this week I believe) and click on the blue-rectangle-encased-frog…


22 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – Kilauea

  1. so beautiful! maybe when we get back to hawaii, we’ll have to go to other islands, too. the list of places to see continues to grow…

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    1. Hi Kim!! It was just beautiful everywhere we went (except Waikiki Beach was waaaaay too crowded and commercial!!) Two other serendipitous surprises we were treated to on Kauai were Hanalei (we stumbled across a sign for Puff the Magic Dragon’s home) and Doug & Sandy McMaster – Slack key guitar & ukulele concert in the little community center! Wow! Hmmmm, sounds like a blog topic brewing!

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    1. I, of course, had to research both Söderskär and Bengtskär… Fascinating and fantastic lighthouses! These are certainly worth visiting, and I am impressed that accommodation is available at Bengtskär! Wow!!

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  2. Whaaattt?? you’ve never seen a real lighthouse? Oh the humanity! Well, you go to Hell (Michigan, of course….see what I did there?) Hell is located on a lake and I bet they have a lighthouse, SOMEWHERE on the lake. Even Lake Springfield has a lighthouse…. Okay, when you bring the kids to Springfield to visit all the Lincoln sites, let me know and we will take you our on the boat to see the lighthouse!


  3. and I’ve never been to Maine, and 3 other States, but I have been to Griggsville, IL – the Purple Martin Capital of the Nation! As a kid, I thought it would be cool to be a lighthouse keeper!


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