Monthly Archives: February 2008

An Alligator is an Alligator…Not a Crocodile.

Return Voyage spent the last week visiting, at the edge of the Everglades, in southernmost Florida. We were privileged to hike throughout this remarkable and exotic landscape, for the first time in our longish lives. In these past days, we … Continue reading

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What’s In A Name?

Last Spring, when the inspiration for this journey came: The words, “Huliau–The Return Voyage,” were given by the Grandmothers–and there was no doubt that they were the right words. They spoke literally to the kanaka maoli who had travelled the … Continue reading

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Destiny.

Several months ago, ‘Iokepa and Tiokasin Ghosthorse, shared a conversation across the radio waves in New York City, on Tiokasin’s First Voices: Indigenous Radio. Today–on a warm, sun-filled, February day in Sarasota, Florida–the morning after a particularly intimate and probing … Continue reading

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An Apology.

I will not belabor this. I will simply try to explain. This promised, “Ever Changing Page” has been unchanging for more than two full weeks. And like a kid who has missed the deadline for her term paper–“The dog ate … Continue reading

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