|Lovely drive into the Kahili Golf Course.|
|The greenery of Hawaiian vegetation is available year round, making Hawaii and ideal spot for golfers.|
|The view of both the mountains and the ocean is a highlight of many Maui golf courses.|
|The drive through the roads of the Kahili Golf Course was a statement to the commitment to preserving the local vegetation.|
|Although there was a road sign warning of "crossing by the Nene birds (Hawaiian geese), only these Cattle Egrets ran back and forth across the road.|
|The lush lawns are similar to the type of grass at our condo.|
|A gazebo and foot bridge on the course with the ocean at a distance.|
|A manmade pond on the course created a pretty scene.|
|We were tempted to try either of these buffets offered at the Kahili Golf Course. But, as usual, buffets in the US seem to offer less acceptable options for my way of eating.|
|Another Cattle Egret on the lookout.|
|Note the pond and ocean in this scenic view.|
|This lush greenery outlined the entrance to the golf tunnel. What a beautiful way to mask an otherwise less appealing entrance and exit!|
|As we ended our visit to the golf course, one more panoramic view was in order.|
Have a happy Sunday. Later today, Tom will watch football on the NFL Game Pass app on his computer. Go Vikings! Ha. Green Bay. Ouch.
Photo from one year ago today, November 23, 2013:
As we wound down our time in Kenya, we assessed what leftover items we find necessary to discard or give away. No photo was posted on that date. Please click here for the story.