One day while sharing some father and son time on the beach in La’ie, Dad and I began dreaming of owning some property on the beach.  Not just any beach, but specifically the beach where he and I were from, La’ie bay.  It was the place where the Hukilau song was written.  As we talked and dreamed, we both realized it would be impossible due to the high cost of beach front property, here in paradise.  We laughed and joked at the thought of owning just a small piece, and how we would be satisfied, and suddenly, the idea hit us both.  Why not make it affordable not just for us, but for anyone who ever dreamed of owning a piece of paradise.  Solution?  23.5 sq.in. of beach sand, or the dimensions of a 4×6 postcard.  Thus, the long journey began as we struggled to develop and perfect our product, which evolved into what is today, the only 3-D postcard box, cool enough to be claimed as our invention.  That was a magical moment between my Dad and I, of which I will cherish all the days of my life. Dad passed several years ago, but I continue to live out our dream.  Mahalo Pops for the moment we shared…Aloha oe, until we meet again……..da boy…..

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