Funday Sunday @ Diamond Head

Aloha Sunday!  

No runs for me this morning!  After the usual farmer’s market bright and early in the morning, I cleaned the heck out of the house.  Ahhhh it felt so great!  I also made a few must do project list for after September- before the year ends period and this is called…. The Photos project! I’ve neglected to doing this for so long, I think I really need to get up and do this once and for all. 

I’m going to select the photos/ kids artwork that should be framed and put up on the wall, photos to be put in the album, and discard any duplicates/ blurred photos.  

Just seeing all the developed photos in the album was nice instead of keeping the photos on the computer/iPhone/ Facebook…. 

After feeling refreshed from cleaning and purging, we set out for the hike up Diamond Head.

It was a gorgeous hot day once we were on the trails.  It was raining when we got there so we were a little worried it would be a gloomy view but not quite! 

Overall it was a good hike.  Just don’t know if I like this a whole lot because of all the people…. It’s definitely not a relaxing, refreshing hike.  You’re constantly being rushed from people behind you or you’re getting stuck behind slow pokes. 

We went there today just to check that list off from what my parents wanted to do in HI. 

We’ll be heading out to more nature-friendly forest-y shaded hikes before they leave! 

This week’s accomplishment: 

Monday- strength training 

Tuesday- 6.2 miles @ 8:28/ mi average pace

Wednesday- 7.7 miles @ 9:00/mi average pace

Thursday- rest day

Friday- 2.6 miles @ 8:42/ mi average pace and yoga after that

Saturday- 9.01 miles @ 9:28/mi average pace

Sunday- rest day/hiking day

Overall weekly mileage: 25.51 miles

Hope you had a nice weekend!!!

4 thoughts on “Funday Sunday @ Diamond Head

  1. Strong week Eri- way to go!

    Great photos- so beautiful! Diamondback sounds like Camelback in Phoenix- very accessible and popular, but ends up being way too busy to be as enjoyable. Still pretty though!


    1. Thank you Jessie!!
      Yes, but there are so many more hikes that offer 100 times better views with less people (crowd), but then again, it’s just one of those things that my parents wanted to try 🙂
      The best hikes were the Kuliouou Ridge Hike and the Olomana three peaks! When and if you guys come out, these hikes are a must!


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