THE SEARCH FOR SIGNS OF
IN THE UNIVERSE
Coolin’ off on the Mainland: Hawaiian style
The Yap family of Honolulu came across this shave ice stand flying a Hawaiian flag in Maryland. The Yap grandchildren flashed a shaka for a picture.
Kayla Sawyer and John Paul Arcayna of Honolulu were at Storyland, an amusement park in Glen, N.H., when they found Hawaiian Shaved Ice.
Ruth Bingham of Kaimuki was delighted to see this attraction in Nampa, Idaho, but said "they lied about the (location of Hawaii's finest) shave ice -- the arrow pointed east."
Glenn Woo, third from left, found a Hawaiian Oasis selling shave ice at Notre Dame Stadium. He was attending a reunion of Notre Dame graduates from Hawaii.
Joel Bradshaw of Honolulu was visiting his brother in Danville, Ky., when he ran across this abandoned Island Chill shack, boasting Hawaiian Shave-ice Flavors, in nearby Ward's Landing.
Eric, Nicole and Kayla Sawyer of Honolulu found a Hawaiian Shave Ice stand at Animal Kingdom in York, Maine.
Jeanine and Cliff Provencal, who winter in Hawaii and spend their summers in Kennebunkport, Maine, sent in this photo. A regular stop in York, Maine, is Hawaiian Jim's Shave Ice & Co. in York, Maine.
Shirley Hasenyager of Kailua wondered how long Arctic Lemon Hawaiian Shaved Ice will continue to be sold in Gatlinburg, Tenn., as winter had set in and the roads were frozen.
Marti Simpson of Naalehu, on the Big Island, spotted the Rainbow Shave Ice stand in Taos, N.M., which claimed to produce Hawaii's finest shave ice.
"The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life in the Universe"
is just that: We're looking for evidence of Hawaiiana everywhere but Hawaii. Send snapshots and a description to TSFSOHLITU, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 500 Ala Moana, Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813; or e-mail JPEGs or TIFFs to HiLife@starbulletin.com