Beach Walk 89 – Keiki Canoe Race

Race shots of the kids at the 11th Annual George Perry Memorial Na Keiki O Na Wa’ Race.

h3. About Today’s Show

I had some microphone issues today and I was very disappointed about that. But then I remembered: this is a time to make lemonade out of lemons! After all, what’s the use of those clever/grating motivational sayings if I don’t take advantage of them.

The kids did awesome today in the ferocious winds and you can see how much fun everyone was having.

Lanikai Canoe Club created this event — the first long distance race for kids. Everyone who comes to race gets to race, which is very different from the short distance regatta events that only allow one canoe per club per age group. That means lots of kids end up “warming the sand.”

Visit the Oahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association to visit the other club websites.

Hawaiian words
Keiki: children, youth
Waʻa: canoe

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Beach Walk 72 – Paddle Together

Come join us for outrigger canoe practice and a gorgeous sunset!

h3. About Today’s Show

It’s early in the six-man paddling season and one of the coaches asked if we would film the Women’s Novice B crew so they can see how their stroke technique is progressing. Bonus for you is the lovely sunset!

Check out our canoe club: Lanikai Canoe Club.

Featured show music today is by “This Spy Surfs” which you can find at the Podsafe Music Network.

Hawaiian words
Hoe: paddle
Like: together
Hoe like: to paddle together

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