Family Weekend

Jake, John, Sally, Kaye, & Kawika- 2011

We have enjoyed a wonderful week of family and fresh food as we celebrated Sally’s birthday and John’s visit from LA. Jake and Kawika’s smoked meat, conquest from the forest, was a big hit; John’s potato salad with roasted radish and baked beets, orange slices and feta cheese brought the urban flair!… Hayley’s homemade salsa …yumm…all plus more, …so GOOD. While the food was wonderful…Sally’s day was “especially” special because she had all of her brothers home to celebrate with her. Good food contributes to good health but family and friends are what nourish our souls. Together – we Live Well. For all of this we are grateful.

  • From our Guestbook

    If you want to get away from the commercial touristic experience of Hawaii this is the place to stay at. The two-bedroom rental is charming and fully functional with full kitchen, outside BBQ and Hot tub! This place will give you a sense of the local life style, making you feel at home and never wanting to leave. I have stayed twice at the Keolamauloa farm and my wife and I can't wait to come back.
    Jean-René (Calgary, Canada)

    This is our favorite place to stay on the island. The property is warm and inviting, and even has a hot tub! They're solar operated, grow several varieties of fruits and veggies, have a huge pet pig, a chicken coop, etc. This part of the island also has endless opportunity for exploration.
    Rebecca H.

  • Life at Keolamauloa

    Onions Sally sanding her work outside the studio. little bad Aka baby tomotoes keith and anthony's irrigation setup Koi pond and waterfall outside the Mauka room