Wanting to make our Maui vacation intellectually productive (to a minimal degree), this morning I dedicated myself to a study of people passing by us on Napili Beach.
I say at the beginning that I'm going to film ten consecutive beach walkers, but my study was so interesting, I kept on going.
Hypothesis: Maui beachgoers are beautiful people.
Reality: watch my You Tube video (embedded below).
Now, I hasten to add a politically correct statement: We are all beautiful people in our own way.
That said, some are more beautiful than others. A careful viewer of the video will note that only one subject is featured twice, coming and going. For obvious reasons.
Actually, it's my wife's fault that this happened. She said to me, "Be sure to get a video of her; she's one of the few really good-looking people on the beach."
I told Laurel, "I think I already have her." But, better safe than sorry. And I just loved her yellow visor (which I have to admit, for some reason I didn't notice the first two times around).
The last guy in the video seemed to be posing for the camera. What a jerk. He reminded me of someone I know really well.
Another You Tube video shows Napili Bay on a high surf day that, sadly, is far removed from the current glassy conditions. My boogie board is gathering dust (and sand).
But my video camera isn't. Here's my research.