Na Pe'a started out the voyage early Monday morning by rigging our canoes at the Lava Lava Beach club at Anaeho'omalu. A big Mahalo to Uncle Eric von-Platen-Luder who arranged for us to rig our canoes on the side lawn of the Lava Lava Beach Blub. We headed out under some strong wind conditions and landed at AkahuKaimu bay where we spent the night. Launching early Tuesday morning we set out for Keawaiki with extreamly windy conditions. In fact we expected to paddle to Keawaiki but the wind was so strong it blew us on our way at a sustained 3 knots-----with no sails----. Another Mahalo to the very gracious Brown Family that hosted us at Keawaiki. Early Wednesday morning we set sail under ideal sailing conditions for Kiholo. We were hosted by the Nature Conservancy and Aloha Kiholo. Much Mahalo to Aunty Rebecca Most and Aunty Lei Kekealani and her family who so graciously hosted us. We worked in the Loko 'i'a removing rocks and tree branches from the pond, learned about the management of the fish pond and the history of the area. Went sailing, surfing, swimming and ate a whole lot. A very big Mahalo to our Na Pe'a Parents who came out in force to support us with food, tents, water and most of all.....Aloha.