Saturday, December 26, 2009

December 26th

*a few snow flakes but other than dat.

I ran into David again at the beach.

It's been my experience that these beach lockers are difficult to come by. I've applied for a rental on a few occasions in the past, and as always, been told in an almosted irritated voice on the other end of the phone line, that there's absolutely no vacancies available. Perhaps there's a lively sublease market. Dunno. There's several locker stations located under the pavilions that front the beach. Originally, meant for chess players to store away their equipment which replaced the wooden lockers where renters provided their own locks and keys. I surmise as a reflection of the down economy, renters have been delinquent with the rental fees and the City has resorted to posting  impoundment notices onto just about every locker station. 

I dunno about the coffee (Seattle's Best) or the WiFi reception, but the seating section provides more leg room than most outdoor cafes.

This part of Ohua Avenue, adjacent to the Seattle's Best coffee shop, happens to have one of the most spacious sidewalks in the entire Waikiki town.


OkiHwn said...

Beautiful day, huh?

My new refrigerator was delivered.

RONW said...

Nate- sure is. I better check out that new refrig at your blog.

OkiHwn said...

Gotta clean up the place around it first.

Kay said...

Isn't it funny? None of this is familiar to me. That's what happens when you live on the other side of town.

RONW said...

Nate- just take a photo of the freakin thing already. No need make one masterpiece.

Kay- A lot of places on the island are barely recognizeable even for people who lived here without moving away for an interim. Try take a spin to Kapolei on the freeway, you won't believe your eyes or want to.

Rowena said...

Oh lookie all that leg room! I can just imagine myself wiggling my toes in my slippahs with that climate.

Nate I hope your new fridge is an energy efficient one.

RONW said...

Rowena- plenty of space to lounge around and people watch, but unbeknowst to them, bloggers are watching the people-watchers.