Saturday, September 10, 2011

Hawaii Five-O Live Season Premier

I haven't been able to find the full replay of last night's 2-hour coverage of Hawaii Five-O season premier's pomp and ceremonies, but the video clip directly below is from the late news. *It takes almost 5-seconds to load up and appear on this page.

Hawaii Five-O live video stream from Sunset on the Beach Premier, here. The resolution of the stream isn't da best.


Cloudia said...

OUR show!

Good slow driver post also, Ron

Aloha from Waikiki;

Comfort Spiral

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RONW said...

Cloudia- you must be watching the premier yourself live on KGMB.

Kay said...

Ron, I was hoping you'd go out there, fight the throngs and take a bunch of photos since I couldn't go there. It's crazy over at our house.

Nothing more exciting than having unplanned for week-long guests after returning from a two-week long “vacation.”

We're looking forward to our lives returning to some normalcy in about a week. Maybe....

I just had to do a quick visit to check in with you. I'm off to start the day now.

RONW said...

Kay- people was camping out from the night before to kapu a spot in front of the screen. Sunset on the Beach is only a stone's throw away from my apartment but the only seats left was behind the screen. For the life of me, I could not figure why the tv announcers were, "there's still time for you to make it down here," when the place was already packed to the max. And where could you park if you drove especially for a Saturday night? It was better to watch the event live on the tv. Remember once you sit down bumper to bumper ain't no way you can get up and find an open aisle. Plus, I not gonna there just to blog about it. I read about the relatives are in town on your blog. After just returning home for the trip to Alaska, not as young anymore for you folks to be running around without taking a breather to rejuvenate.

Kay said...

No kidding about us not having a breather, let me tell you. And to be honest between you and me and the walls, they are totally oblivious to the fact that we're exhausted from caring for their every need and still having so much to do that we need to get done.

RONW said...

Kay- I'm willing to bet that they think they doing you folks a big favor. But with these things, what can you do about it.