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PostPosted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 4:18 pm 
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Sorry about that John. Good thing it isn't very hard to do.

Yeah, but I'm doing it for FREE! :D :D :D


And I really appreciate it. :D

and My Kids appreciate it. :D



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Sounds like Washington State is taking over!

I'm in Normandy Park.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 10:56 am 
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Thank you for taking such good care of my family John, "Seems like I say that a lot" Lynette and Nicole made it home safe. We had 2" of snow on the ground when they got here and another 5" the next night. and it was 17 degrees F this morning They really wish they had stayed in Kona.

Just confirms when I get done working Washington will only see me when it is warm.



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PostPosted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 1:54 pm 
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Thank you for taking such good care of my family John.
You mean they were here?! :lol: :lol: :lol:



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PostPosted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 5:14 pm 
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Thank you for taking such good care of my family John.
You mean they were here?! :lol: :lol: :lol:

:D Ha! they said you were like that motel commercial. "we'll leave a light on for you" Even with the little nats.



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PostPosted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 5:46 pm 
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Time4Family wrote:
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Thank you for taking such good care of my family John.
You mean they were here?! :lol: :lol: :lol:
:D Ha! they said you were like that motel commercial. "we'll leave a light on for you" Even with the little nats.
Well, even though we have had lots of nats lately and I took out the light bulb on the front lanai, I didn't want them to stumble on the stairs so I put it back while they were here. I took it out again on Monday after they left. You see, I do anything for smoked salmon! :lol: :lol: :lol:



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 11:58 am 
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Sorry they didn't bring any this time. My mother has been in the hospital for several weeks so I have not had the smoke house fired up. We plan on doing more in April when all this snow goes away. I will be sure to bring some next time. :D :D :D



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 4:30 pm 
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Sorry they didn't bring any this time. My mother has been in the hospital for several weeks so I have not had the smoke house fired up. We plan on doing more in April when all this snow goes away. I will be sure to bring some next time. :D :D :D
I was just kidding my friend, I still have two pieces in my freezer, you gave me so much the last time! :wink: :wink: :wink:



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Becky, HOVE is not for everyone, or I should say it's only for a few. Don't buy anything there without living there for at least six months. There are no jobs and very few services available in the area. If I were single and had to live there I probably would go bananas. Since your lot is at a high elevation you should know it's cold up there. BTW, I hope that outstanding bill wasn't much, lots are pretty cheap in HOVE. There was a time when we used to joke if you stop at the gas station to fill up than you et a free lot!

Hi Becky. HOVE is very isolated. You might as well be in the YUKON. Sell your lot put money into a better area. However please examine the demographics etc of any area you plan to live as there are too many factors in making any decision for any given area. BRING A SIGNIFICANT OTHER or plan to live like TOM HANKS on a deserted island TRUST ME!


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2014 11:46 am 
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Sorry I'm new and not well versed (yet) - what does HOVE mean?


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Sorry I'm new and not well versed (yet) - what does HOVE mean?

Welcome to the Forum!!!

HOVE = Hawaiian Ocean View Estates
This is a remote area of the island that is sparsely populated and has a reputation for being a bit wild and unruly. This area is above the main highway and consists of about 10,000 one acre lots. It is located in the Ka'u District just east of the border with the South Kona District.

There is also HOVR = Hawaiian Ocean View Ranchos
This area is below the main road and consists of about 8,000 three acre lots. It is even a little more sparsely populated but is a better neighborhood.



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You're being awful polite. That's the area I had to inspect last summer.

If I'm there, it's rated somewhere below ghetto.



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Kona Dave wrote:
There is also HOVR = Hawaiian Ocean View Ranchos. This area is below the main road and consists of about 8,000 three acre lots. It is even a little more sparsely populated but is a better neighborhood.
I think there is something wrong with your math Dave. HOVE with its 10,000 acres is the largest subdivision in the USA, so HOVR can't have 8,000 three acre lots, that would be 24,000 acres, way surpassing HOVE. Since Hawaiian Paradise Park is the second largest subdivision in Hawaii, HOVR must be way less in acres.



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