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September 20, 2008


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Mahalo Claudia..... Isn't Mama Nature wonderful?
I would love to try my hand at making guava BBQ sauce! Do you mind sharing the recipe?


I've got an avocado on the other side of our fence that I only recently noticed because of the fruit up high. There's also lilikoi and guavas growing around it. Found your sites in my search for more recipes using guavas. Have made jam and wine, even catsup and now BBQ sauce, but wanted something more dessert-like. Thanks also for the lilikoi vinegrette idea.


Mahalo Mokihana....I enjoyed visiting your blog also... Mahalo nui for visiting and commenting!


Just found your blog from Napua's.... I can tell I'm gonna love it. Love da photos,,, sure miss da liliko'i though... I miss my home!!


Aloha Marsha!
I can imagine the feeling of homesickness you might get once in a while.... I wish you avo and mango trees! Mahalo for reading and commenting.......


Hi Sonia!

Saw your comment last night at Gather and stopped by but didn't have time to comment. I wish I lived where avocados were even possible! I remember the avocado tree in my grandmother's yard. When my parents and I lived with her I remember waking up early with my grandmother and going out to pick an avocado and coming in to make sandwiches with them. LOL

As usual, your photos are making me homesick. :-)


Mahalo nui, Napua! We do stay lucky.....and lucky live Hawaii, eh?


Oh wow! Interesting. And to have lilikoi just laying around like that too!? Amazing!!! You guys stay lucky.


But, Mo..............we have no squirrels in Hawaii! .........and where is the tree? Even tho we have searched for this tree, we cannot find it. True, the foliage is quite thick in just that area, but avocado trees have distinctive shiny leaves and we cannot find it. ;-)

Hey, Dorie, thanks! It is keeping us entertained....In a way, I guess I really don't want to know where that tree is....it is more fun just to wonder and find our 'little gifts' each morning.

Dorie Barras

What a fun little mystery Sonia! I enjoyed reading this story this morning!

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