ICWI XXX - January 22-26, 2003 - King Kamehameha Hotel, Kona, Hawaii

Click to enlarge Kona ocean front with the King Kamehameha Hotel at upper left Click to enlarge ICWI opening reception at the King Kamehameha. Left to right: Linda Koch, Alan Renwick, Eric Jang, Wendell Roelofs, Anja Cardé, Uwe Koch, Andrew French, Kristine Justus
Click to enlarge Tom Payne, Eric Jang, Anja Cardé, Don McInnis, Wendell Roelofs, Uwe Koch, Alan Renwick Click to enlarge Eric Jang, Anja Cardé, Alice Payne, Wendell Roelofs, Uwe Koch, Linda Koch, Alan Renwick
Click to enlarge Eric Jang, Tom Payne, Uwe Koch, Anja Cardé Click to enlarge John Stoffolano, Ring Cardé, Alan Renwick, Alice Payne, Anne Renwick
Click to enlarge Andrew French, Julie Todd, Tom Baker, Wendell Roelofs Click to enlarge Tom Payne conducts a Hula lesson for the men
Click to enlarge The royal outrigger arrives for the Lu'au at the Kamehameha Click to enlarge Dancers welcome the royal outrigger on the beach
Click to enlarge The King and Queen reach the shore Click to enlarge The main street of Hawi, at the North end of the island on the Kohala Peninsula
Click to enlarge Hawi Click to enlarge Looking South to Mauna Loa and the Kona coast from the Kohala mountains
Click to enlarge Farm in the Kohala mountains Click to enlarge Prickly Pears and other cactus are very common in Kohala
Click to enlarge Looking North in the Kohala mountains Click to enlarge Mauna Loa and the saddle region
Click to enlarge Looking North to Mauna Kea from the Saddle Road. There are several astronomical observatories on Mauna Kea Click to enlarge The Eastern part of Mauna Kea
Click to enlarge Kealakekua Bay, looking North to the Captain Cook Monument (arrow) Click to enlarge Kealakekua Bay, looking South
Click to enlarge Waiting for an evening talk. Front: Kristine Justus, Anja Cardé, Tom Baker and Julie Todd. Standing at back: Inoue Takashi. Seated: Ring Cardé. Click to enlarge Uwe Koch, Alan Renwick, Alice Payne, Bill Seabrook
Click to enlarge Wendell Roelofs, Esther Schneider, Uwe Koch Click to enlarge Dick Dickens gives a presentation ....
Click to enlarge ... watched by (back): Päivi Torkkeli, Wendell Roelofs, Esther Schneider, Uwe Koch, Alan Renwick, Alice Payne, (front) Julie Todd, Tom Baker, ... Click to enlarge ..., Tom Payne, Alice Payne, Bill Seabrook, Kristine Justus
Click to enlarge Dick handles questions from the floor Click to enlarge Waiting for lunch at Na'alehu
Click to enlarge Sill waiting for lunch at Na'alehu. Left to right: Don McInnis, Linda Koch, Todd Shelly, Anne Renwick, Uwe Koch, Jane Seabrook, Bill Seabrook, Dick Dickens Click to enlarge Eating lunch
Click to enlarge Eating lunch Click to enlarge In the Jagger Museum at Kilauea volcano
Click to enlarge Tom listens to the volcano Click to enlarge The Ne-Ne is the Hawaii State Bird. It is related to the Canada Goose. This one was in the Kilauea volcano crater.
Click to enlarge Drying out (externally) in the Kilauea Military Camp Click to enlarge Kris tries to untangle Anja's hair (with advice from Uwe)...
Click to enlarge ... and Ring takes a picture Click to enlarge Päivi Torkkeli prepares her presentation....
Click to enlarge .. and then answers questions from the audience Click to enlarge Tom Payne (center) thanks the organizers (Eric Jang and Esther Schneider) with traditional leis
Click to enlarge A snack in the hospitality suite. Click to enlarge Päivi Torkkeli, Leslie Dickens, Dick Dickens, Alice Payne
Click to enlarge Snorkelling at Kahalu'u Bay Click to enlarge Alice Payne takes refreshment, while Andrew French takes the plunge
Click to enlarge Dick Dickens takes Leslie for her first snorkelling experience Click to enlarge Dinner outdoors at a Thai restaurant. Andrew French, Päivi Torkkeli, Anja and Ring Cardé
Click to enlarge Kris Justus, Julie Todd, Tom Baker, Linda and Uwe Koch

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