Da Kine Numba Five

Let’s have more Da Kine, k?

Last year my daughters took me to Big River Grill in Stevenson, Washington, for Mother’s Day. The food was ʻono to da max, and there were these license plates from all over the world on the walls. Checkum out:

No can believe, yeah? Antarctica!!! And the Washington one is pretty funny.

And try look the car grill, too. The license plates are fun to decipher at times.

Some are  regular plates from faraway places.

This is one of my favorites.

I tried to find one from da ʻāina, but didn’t see any.  Anybody like send me an old one so I can take it there? I have an old “KOLOHE” one I might take.

Here’s a pair of socks I finished knitting.

The colorway name for this yarn is Pōpoki (“cat” in Hawaiian), so of course I had to get it and knit another pair of socks with it.

Kalakoa enjoying the sun.

I love using this minion for taking spinning photos.

I was gifted these fabulous boot toppers from Michelle over at Boulderneigh. I just love them! I was wearing capris one day, and above my socks my legs were freezing, so I pulled the toppers down to keep my legs warm; look how great they match my handknit socks!! Mahalo nui, Michelle… I love them!

K’den. Gotta get to work. These da kine posts are kinda fun.


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3 Responses to Da Kine Numba Five

  1. Michelle says:

    So glad you like them!

  2. AFK says:

    I like dis kine kapakahi post. The license plates are fun (Kona Kitchen in Seattle has a bunch of Hawai`i license plates as decoration). I like da real life pōpoki and da yarn too. (Although, I have to say, I’ve never seen a pink cat. Maybe I lead too sheltered a life.)

    • Mokihana says:

      Mahalo nui! I gotta go to Kona Kitchen and checkum out! I’ve never seen a pink cat either, and I have no idea why the creators gave the yarn that name. But I do love the colors. You? Sheltered life? Not!

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