“Happiness is always knocking at your door, you just got to let it in.”
It was a beautiful Sunday morning here on the island; not a cloud in sight. We woke up, had our coffee and hopped in the car to the Windward side.
We’ve been wanting to go to sunflower fields, but we kept missing the opportunity. Luckily, Waimanalo Farms decided to open their farm to the public.
We arrived at 9:00am, right when it opened but to our surprise it was very crowded. The line to buy tickets had to be at least 50 people long. And boy was it a scorcher!
There was a pumpkin patch on the farm that most of the families were headed towards, but we only had one thing in mind.
After a bit of a wait, we finally made it to the sunflower fields.
The sunflowers were beautiful and out in full effect. The bees were loving them as well. There had to be at least 3 at every single sunflower.
During our time, we were able to capture some pristine moments of both photo and video. This place is a definite must if you’re on the island.
As the time went on, the sunflower field was becoming increasingly more crowded. Savannah and I while wiping the sweat off our face figured it was time to take a dip at the beachThe rest of the day we decided to relax on the beach and cruise on a few waves.
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