One of them is that according to LDS Church History, My Great-grandfather Angus Munn Cannon served a mission and saw God in a pineapple field here. Apparently a lot of natives took on his name but not for the reason some of you naughtier people might think. They just needed an extra name, so they took on “Cannon” which is not a bad name if you need another one. If anyone makes any smart remarks, I want you to know that he was known for his good looks.
I sort of have halfheartedly looked for the account from time to time. I have a copy of a journal in which it was referred to at home, but I never could find it. I’m going to have to check it out again when I get home. Maybe I’ll go the easy route and make some phone calls instead. We’ll see. I just keep forgetting. But I digress.
Today we went to the back woodsey area of Maui. If you look at a map of Maui, it looks like the head and torso of a woman. We got up to the back of her head.
Up there it’s really rustic. There is a beautiful bay around which people dive, snorkle and scuba dive and beyond is just windy, beautiful, lush areas which look like Heber might if it had lots of rain. The roads become too narrow to go much beyond.
Later we went to dinner at Kimo’s which is a very nice restaurant in Lahaina. It is right on the water and though my IPhone takes decent pictures, they certainly don’t do justice to the view. Let it just be known that should you drop by, Kimo’s certainly will be on the list of spots to visit.