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1869 Honolulu, Sandwich Islands - Wednesday, 14 July - Yes, I know, Honolulu is in Hawaii, but currently it's in the Sandwich Islands.3:55 PM Jul 29th from web

1869 Honolulu - Of course it was Hawaii before the British showed up and renamed it, and it will eventually revert back to its proper name.3:57 PM Jul 29th from web

1869 Honolulu - But now British & Americans are all calling it Sandwich Islands. Since I'm suppose to be Victorian Englishman, I will, too.3:59 PM Jul 29th from web

1869 Honolulu - My word, Hawaii is beautiful! Erm, I mean, Sandwich Islands are beautiful! Flowers everywhere. The perfume is intoxicating!4:02 PM Jul 29th from web

1869 Honolulu - Duke of Edinburgh, the second son of Queen Victoria will be sailing in this Sunday. Need to get footage of that royal visit.4:04 PM Jul 29th from web

1869 Honolulu - University of Hawaii also wants me to do a survey of Honolulu and as much of the Islands as I can. I'll have to soldier on.4:09 PM Jul 29th from web

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_HarryKim@Wendell_Howe Hows the weather sir?3:59 PM Jul 29th from Tweetie in reply to Wendell_Howe

@_HarryKim The weather is sunny, I'd say between 75-80 degrees. Absolutely magnificient. Wonder how long I can drag this project out?4:17 PM Jul 29th from web in reply to _HarryKim
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ChrisTheJeweler@Wendell_Howe how is it? Good tea?4:00 PM Jul 29th from Tweetie in reply to Wendell_Howe

@ChrisTheJeweler Haven't tried the local tea yet. I always carry my own just in case. However they are closer to China. Will have to try it.4:19 PM Jul 29th from web in reply to ChrisTheJeweler
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1869 Honolulu - Sitting on veranda of hotel watching stars. Exotic trees make strange shadows in the background. Sipping a cup of tea.8:59 PM Jul 29th from web
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jeweledfrog@Wendell_Howe sounds just wonderful6:09 AM Jul 30th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Having pineapple and bananas for breakfast in open air cafe. Will be walking about getting footage of the city.8:36 AM Jul 30th from web

1869 Honolulu - Something about this place just makes you want to lean back and watch the world. Guess I'll answer some tweets.8:38 AM Jul 30th from web

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bc0035@Wendell_Howe can you make a bunch of time machines, and give them out in a contest on twitter?8:13 AM Jul 30th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@bc0035 Not mechanically minded & would be illegal. 8:46 AM Jul 30th from web

bc0035@Wendell_Howe when will this troublesome legislation be enacted?8:51 AM Jul 30th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@bc0035 Before I was born, unfortunately. Why Institute of Time Travel is Necessary Rules for Temporal Anthropologists 8:58 AM Jul 30th from web

@bc0035 Wouldn't be fair to let just a few time travel, so on Tuesdays everyone gets time machines. Temporal Tuesday 8:50 AM Jul 30th from web in reply to bc0035

bc0035@Wendell_Howe nice avatar, btw!8:23 AM Jul 30th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@bc0035 Thank you. It's my computer and Theta Wave Projector. Makes a better watch, though. Tools of the Trade 8:54 AM Jul 30th from web

JSColley@Wendell_Howe For a pocket watch, you are very knowledgeable!6:43 PM Jul 30th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@JSColley Thank you. I am going to have to put up a picture of myself one of these days.6:50 PM Jul 30th from web in reply to JSColley

JSColley@Wendell_Howe Well, the watch DOES have a face!6:51 PM Jul 30th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@JSColley Yes, I guess a watch does have a face. It's probably more lively than my own.6:56 PM Jul 30th from web in reply to JSColley

@JSColley There, I put up a photo of myself. It's an old photo with bad haircut before I grew sideburns. Don't have many photos of myself.9:56 PM Jul 30th from web in reply to JSColley


freosan!! @Wendell_Howe changed his icon! Very sharp, sir. I would very much like to see a more recent one, though.10:01 PM Jul 30th from twhirl

@freosan I was lucky to find this one. 10:12 PM Jul 30th from web

freosan@Wendell_Howe I suppose, in your line of work, you can't let yourself have many photographs taken. I'm glad we got to see this one.10:14 PM Jul 30th from twhirl in reply to Wendell_Howe

JSColley@Wendell_Howe Love the moustache. But the pocket watch was a very timely photo.5:30 AM Jul 31st from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@JSColley I'm glad you like my mustache. It took an embarrasssingly long time to grow it.6:34 AM Jul 31st from web in reply to JSColley

CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe Love the new photo, Dr. Howe. Distinguished and dashing at the same time!6:43 AM Jul 31st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@CHCatMom In truth old photo, taken 1881 for folks in 2642. 8:45 PM Jul 31st from web

CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe The photo - A thing of beauty is a joy forever. Tee Hee!8:53 PM Jul 31st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

TomYHowe@Wendell_Howe Love that photo too! You look taller in real life, though.8:51 PM Jul 31st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

#followfriday @TomYHowe I suppose I do look taller in real life. Queen Victoria looks larger than her picture on the postage stamp, too.9:48 PM Jul 31st from web

TomYHowe@Wendell_Howe Hmmm...never thought of that, but you're right. I like that you've changed your background to where you are.9:50 PM Jul 31st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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dangergrrlie@Wendell_Howe Sailors returning from sea would often bring home a pineapple and thrust it on their front post to let all know he was home8:40 AM Jul 30th from TwitterFox in reply to Wendell_Howe

dangergrrlie@Wendell_Howe Silly useless origin fact for pineapples on new england fenceposts10:46 AM Jul 30th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@dangergrrlie I'm a history geek. Silly useless facts are my life. 11:14 AM Jul 30th from web

dangergrrlie@Wendell_Howe Great! Cuz I'm full of them!11:18 AM Jul 30th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe Tell me you took precautions against spreading disease to the natives. #remembercolumbus #andcortez # andallthoseguys9:12 AM Jul 30th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe

@ThatNeilGuy The Institute always immunize us & makes sure we don't carry any diseases. One of us causing an epidemic would change history.9:29 AM Jul 30th from web in reply to ThatNeilGuy

@ThatNeilGuy Unfortunately Hawaiians have already been hit by foriegn diseases. They're bringing workers in from Orient. Not enough natives.9:31 AM Jul 30th from web in reply to ThatNeilGuy
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fangarius@Wendell_Howe Confidentially, besides the TARDIS 2, I have the Chronolift, and my roadster, Chitty Boom.9:31 AM Jul 30th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@fangarius Good you're outside Enforcer jurisdiction! 9:35 AM Jul 30th from web
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1869 Honolulu - The city was built by white entrepreneurs who came here for the sugar, whaling and other industries. Has European flavor.6:37 PM Jul 30th from web

1869 - This however is not a colony but an independent nation with king. Sandwich Islands are British protectorate but it's mostly Americans6:39 PM Jul 30th from web

1869 - Kamehameha I united the islands just in time to stand up to the Imperialists. Kings that followed have done their best to modernize.6:42 PM Jul 30th from web

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ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe That's all well and good but have you showed them how to make pina coladas? #andgettincaughtintherain #dontforgettinyumbrella6:44 PM Jul 30th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@ThatNeilGuy Teaching them future knowledge would be against law. Could get "erased" for changing past. Not ready to die for pina coladas.6:55 PM Jul 30th from web in reply to ThatNeilGuy

JSColley@Wendell_Howe Did someone mention pina coladas?6:55 PM Jul 30th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 - Although the natives have adopted European culture, they have also kept their own, melding the two into something new and vital.6:44 PM Jul 30th from web

1869 - Still Honolulu has an exotic look to it. For instance the streets are not paved with cobblestones but coral! Buildings are more open.6:47 PM Jul 30th from web

1869 Honolulu, Sandwich Islands - Well, it's off to bed. Hope all of you have a most pleasant evening.9:58 PM Jul 30th from web

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JenetDechary@Wendell_Howe Are subs popular in the Sandwich Islands? :)9:59 PM Jul 30th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@JenetDechary In World War II. Subs currently aren't popular anywhere since so precarious. 10:11 PM Jul 30th from web in reply to JenetDechary

JenetDechary@Wendell_Howe Precarious? Wow. I go to Subway once a week and alas, they have not given me precarious alert!10:33 PM Jul 30th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@JenetDechary Oh, the sandwich! I was referring to submarines of the time. Civil War Submarines 6:32 AM Jul 31st from web in reply to JenetDechary
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1869 Honolulu - Getting ready for the day. I will need to find a sugar plantation to study. Should be a sweet day. (I know, awful pun.)6:38 AM Jul 31st from web

1869 Honolulu - Talked to clerk at Hotel about nearest sugar plantation. Someone overheard us and offered me a lift to one he invested in.3:09 PM Jul 31st from web

1869 Honolulu - During US Civil War, the North found itself cut off from its source for sugar in South. So they came to Sandwich Islands.3:13 PM Jul 31st from web

1869 - The Sugar Plantations on the Islands proved very successful. Ah, Mr. Bass is calling, going to take me to see the press. Must go.3:15 PM Jul 31st from web

1869 Honolulu - Back at hotel. Been very busy today. Mr. Bass, owner, gave me grand tour. He was just so happy to find someone interested.5:31 PM Jul 31st from web

1869 Honolulu - Although the Hawaiians are good workers, most were foreigners. Disease had taken a terrible toll on the native population.5:34 PM Jul 31st from web

1869 Honolulu - Workers brought in from China & most recently from Japan. Some will return home but many stay, becoming part of population.5:39 PM Jul 31st from web

1869 Honolulu - Cutting cane with machete looked like hard and somewhat dangerous work to me. The chaps were certainly earning their money!5:40 PM Jul 31st from web

1869 Honolulu - Sitting in my hotel room. Made my cup of tea. Found a very nice tea shop. Finally I'll get a chance to answer tweets.8:21 PM Jul 31st from web

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simonscotland #keepffreal #followfriday @Wendell_Howe time traveler extraordinaire, who also enjoys a nice cup of tea. Follow now (or yesterday)7:54 AM Jul 31st from Twittelator

And to that fine gentleman, @simonscotland for his most kind recommendation and appreciation of discriminating tea drinkers. #FollowFriday8:33 PM Jul 31st from web
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RiffGaffer@Wendell_Howe Could we have the result of the Edgbaston test 2009 and the #Ashes series overall? I am just going down the bookies!6:45 AM Jul 31st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@RiffGaffer Sorry, against rules 8:49 PM Jul 31st from web

@Wendell_Howe haha well go back to a time before rules and then tell us! :p3:37 AM Aug 1st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@RiffGaffer I wish I could go back in time before the rules. You might want to talk to @vonHogflume. Apparently doesn't have Enforcers.6:38 AM Aug 1st from web in reply to RiffGaffer
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Darien_Mason For @Wendell_Howe: Space Time Continuum 7:36 AM Jul 31st from web

@Darien_Mason Thank you, good sir, for the simplified explanation of Quantum Physics. 8:56 PM Jul 31st from web
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vonHogflume@Wendell_Howe Excuse me, but seeing your picture in Twitter makes me think we met in 1851 at the Great Exhibition. Did you visit it at all?1:55 PM Jul 31st from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@vonHogflume You know, I've never been to the Great Exhibition. I really would like to go there someday. Quite the show I understand.9:13 PM Jul 31st from web in reply to vonHogflume

@vonHogflume I do have one of those faces that is a bit indistinguishable. There were probably several chaps there that looked like me.9:16 PM Jul 31st from web in reply to vonHogflume
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JSColley@Wendell_Howe Ever have a butter and sugar sandwich?3:34 PM Jul 31st from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@JSColley No, but I would accept one from you with alacrity. [Word of the Week] 9:20 PM Jul 31st from web

JSColley@Wendell_Howe :-) 9:24 PM Jul 31st from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@JSColley =):{ 9:31 PM Jul 31st from web in reply to JSColley

JSColleyRT @Wendell_Howe: @JSColley =):{ You have a little something caught in your mustache. *points* Just there. Thought you'd like to know.12:07 PM Aug 1st from TweetDeck

@JSColley How embarrassing. 1:08 PM Aug 1st from web

JSColley@Wendell_Howe It happens.1:24 PM Aug 1st from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe
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TomYHoweBig #ff shout out to Dr. @Wendell_Howe, an imaginary character who supplies the rest of us with time machines for #TemporalTues4:26 PM Jul 31st from web

TomYHowe@Wendell_Howe Dr Howe I've been having problems with the anti-crambulator coil on my Time Moble. How can I fix it by #TemporalTues?5:36 PM Jul 31st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

Not mechanically minded myself. Are there any Temporal Techs out there that can help @TomYHowe with his Time Machine? Needs by #TemporalTues9:28 PM Jul 31st from web

TomYHowe@Wendell_Howe Actually I think it may be my timeonator between valve which is leaking, though I hope not. A time tech would rock right now.10:03 PM Jul 31st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

vonHogflumeI use a flux occilator now RT @Wendell_Howe RT @TomYHowe Dr Howe I've been having problems with the anti-crambulator coil on my Time Mobile.5:21 AM Aug 1st from TweetDeck

trip_tucker@Wendell_Howe I'd offer to help your friend with the time tech problem but I've never worked on a time machine before.8:47 PM Aug 1st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe


@trip_tucker That was a very kind of you to offer help, but I believe @vonHogflume is helping @TomYHowe with his time machine problem.8:54 PM Aug 1st from web

trip_tucker@Wendell_Howe Glad to hear it. I'm enjoyin' following your adventures, sir. You stay safe out there.9:05 PM Aug 1st from twhirl in reply to Wendell_Howe

@trip_tucker Thank you, you stay safe too, Commander. Right now I have the very "dangerous" job of lolly-gagging about paradise.9:40 PM Aug 1st from web in reply to trip_tucker
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montimerlate #followfriday @Wendell_Howe - If what he claims is true the universe is a more exciting place.8:32 PM Jul 31st from Ada

#FollowFriday @montimer The Universe is as exciting as you make it. One can find wonder in a candle flame or be bored by super novas.9:37 PM Jul 31st from web

montimer@Wendell_Howe thank you sir. Really do enjoy your tweets. Keep them up.9:40 PM Jul 31st from Ada in reply to Wendell_Howe
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coyotetoo#followfriday @Wendell_Howe because sometimes you just feel like you're in the wrong century.8:40 PM Jul 31st from Tweetie

#followfriday @coyotetoo So, you are Another One who doesn't feel they belong in the modern world. Coyote Too 9:45 PM Jul 31st from web

coyotetoo@Wendell_Howe I wander through symbols as much as times. I hear The crucifixion is a good place to find fellow travelers.9:55 PM Jul 31st from Tweetie in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Sitting on the veranda, sipping tea, watching city wake up. I'll be doing some more survey of the town today. Nice Oolong.6:34 AM Aug 1st from web

1869 Honolulu - I'm surprised at how many cats there are here. I suppose cats were brought here, for mice & rats accidentally brought here.1:11 PM Aug 1st from web

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FollowMal@Wendell_Howe I've never met a licensed time traveler. A Time Lord doesn't count does it? Anyway, pleased to meet you. :)3:08 PM Aug 1st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@FollowMal Hello, Diane, glad to make your acquaintance. Here's some more information on Temporal Anthropology. Temporal Anthropologist Recruitment Ad 3:16 PM Aug 1st from web in reply to FollowMal

FollowMal@Wendell_Howe Thank you. I will read it when I have a moment and let you know what I think. :)3:18 PM Aug 1st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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DJClicheDarknes@Wendell_Howe Pleasure to meet you Doctor.3:04 PM Aug 1st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@DJClicheDarknes Nice to meet you, too. A music lover, eh? I don't suppose you like Gilbert and Sullivan?3:18 PM Aug 1st from web in reply to DJClicheDarknes

DJClicheDarknes@Wendell_Howe Yes actually. The Sorcerer being a particular favorite. :)3:23 PM Aug 1st from Witty
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1869 Honolulu - Sitting on veranda again. I may be spending too much time here. Hotel cat decided I was part of furniture, & in on my lap.9:43 PM Aug 1st from web

1869 Honolulu - The whites are scandalized by lack of clothes on natives, insisting they at least cover up certain parts of their anatomy.9:45 PM Aug 1st from web

1869 Honolulu - Natives think the foreigners are crazy for dressing for a cold climate in the tropics.9:47 PM Aug 1st from web

1869 Honolulu - By next century they will have compromised, and both sides will wear shorts and Hawaiian shirts.9:48 PM Aug 1st from web

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Fawnnee@Wendell_Howe and yet I encourage them to NOT cover up!!9:45 PM Aug 1st from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@Fawnnee Hello, are you from modern Hawaii? Or just a sensible dresser?9:51 PM Aug 1st from web
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JSColley@Wendell_Howe A hat is always helpful in a sunny clime.9:49 PM Aug 1st from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@JSColley Much as I love Victorian attire, would not mind wearing Hawaiian shirt. Something about this place makes you want to go "native".10:01 PM Aug 1st from web in reply to JSColley

JSColley@Wendell_Howe Ah, the ubiquitous Hawaiian shirt, can never get enough of them, myself. Lovely patterns.9:53 PM Aug 1st from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Sandwich Islands - I best be off to bed. Pleasant night to you all. Wonder if I can remove this cat from my lap without waking it?10:05 PM Aug 1st from web

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CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe Cats are great judges of character. You were chosen for a reason! A cat has dignity and grace and sometimes "good breeding".6:32 AM Aug 2nd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Going down to the docks today. The HBMS Galatea will be arriving this morning with the Duke of Edinburgh.8:19 AM Aug 2nd from web

1869 Honolulu - I see a three masted frigate coming into the harbor. People are getting excited. I think this is it.10:42 AM Aug 2nd from web

1869 Honolulu- The ship has pulled up to the dock. They must have signaled because King Kamehamea & his entourage showed up within minutes.11:26 AM Aug 2nd from web

1869 Honolulu - The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Alfred, second son of Victoria is not a passenger. He is the Captain of the Galatea.11:28 AM Aug 2nd from web

1869 Honolulu - The Galatea is no a yacht but a battleship in the Royal Navy on a around the world tour. This is an official visit.11:31 AM Aug 2nd from web

1869 Honolulu - I am recording all the pomp and circumstance of this meeting between two royal houses.11:32 AM Aug 2nd from web

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Doc_RemyExciting Time! RT @Wendell_Howe 1869 Honolulu - I am recording all the pomp and circumstance of this meeting between two royal houses.12:42 PM Aug 2nd from web
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JSColley@Wendell_Howe The Duke of Wellington's father (or g-father?) changed their name from Colley to Wellesley or else I would be famous now ;-(8:33 AM Aug 2nd from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

JSColley@Wendell_Howe That has nothing to do with the Duke of Edinburgh but *I* thought it was interesting anyway.8:34 AM Aug 2nd from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe
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dangergrrlie@Wendell_Howe Is she sitting low in the water? Be wary of the pirates!11:05 AM Aug 2nd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@dangergrrlie I hope there aren't any pirates stupid enough to take on an armed battle ship. But then you have to be stupid to be a pirate.12:40 PM Aug 2nd from web in reply to dangergrrlie

dangergrrlie@Wendell_Howe Be kind, Wendell! I come from a long line of miscreants and pirates. They were among the first to practice democracy.8:48 AM Aug 3rd from TwitterFox in reply to Wendell_Howe

@dangergrrlie I do apologize. I didn't mean pirates were idiots but that it was hard way to make a living. It was dangerous & few got rich.11:47 AM Aug 3rd from web in reply to dangergrrlie

dangergrrlie@Wendell_Howe Take a look at the marginalized in that time. England was the seat of oppression, piracy meant freedom and advocacy to some8:49 AM Aug 3rd from TwitterFox in reply to Wendell_Howe

dangergrrlie@Wendell_Howe It was a rough life, with no promise of rewards, but one of the only sure bets for freedom. Especially for rogue slaves.6:09 PM Aug 3rd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

dangergrrlie@Wendell_Howe Well, take your chances with the lash, or carve your niche on the high seas. Which would you pick?6:28 PM Aug 3rd from TwitterFox in reply to Wendell_Howe

@dangergrrlie I like the ocean.8:00 PM Aug 3rd from web in reply to dangergrrlie
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Serpentine202@Wendell_Howe i have a book from one of the Galatea's deep-sea expedition11:32 AM Aug 2nd from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@Serpentine202 Sounds interesting. What is the title & year of expedition? 12:43 PM Aug 2nd from web

Serpentine202@Wendell_Howe can't find it in morass of books, but title was "The Galatea Deep Sea Expedition" & i think it was 30s or 40s12:49 PM Aug 2nd from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe
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ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe How long are you staying in 1869? And in Hawaii for that matter? #onlysomanypineapplesyoucaneat #orareyougettingonthatfrigate10:48 AM Aug 2nd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@ThatNeilGuy Gave me 3 weeks maximum. Could be done sooner. Maybe not. 12:37 PM Aug 2nd from web
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Imagine historians, a 100 years from now, struggling to understand the lure of Twitter. Potential for time-travel story? #writechat1:25 PM Aug 2nd from TweetChat

jkoyanagi@maggiedana Makes me think of @wendell_howe #writechat1:26 PM Aug 2nd from TweetChat in reply to maggiedana

My ears are burning. @jkoyanagi mentioned my name on #writechat. Are they discussing my up coming book on tea?10:53 PM Aug 2nd from web

jkoyanagi@Wendell_Howe Someone had mentioned time travel and Twitter, and I thought of you!11:02 AM Aug 3rd from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@jkoyanagi Well, thank you. I'm hoping the Institute might allow other Temporal Anthropologists to tweet from the past someday.11:54 AM Aug 3rd from web in reply to jkoyanagi
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1869 Honolulu - Duke of Edinburgh should be tucked in bed. King Kamehameha offered Prince Alfred his father's residence while he visited.9:47 PM Aug 2nd from web

1869 Honolulu - I'm back in my hotel room going over notes & having cuppa. Once again I appear to have a cat in my lap. He seems to like me.9:50 PM Aug 2nd from web

1869 Honolulu - I just hope this cat doesn't try to follow me home. Time Purists would claim that could change history. Not sure how.9:53 PM Aug 2nd from web

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Adric2009@Wendell_Howe When you're in the past is it not a bad idea to interact with anyone there? It could change history quite considerably......2:01 PM Aug 2nd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@Adric2009 You sound like a Time Purists. You need not worry. I am specially trained to avoid that. On Being a Professional Wallflower Why the Institute of Time Travel Is Necessary 10:47 PM Aug 2nd from web in reply to Adric2009

banana_the_poet@Wendell_Howe @Adric2009 unless you have *already* been there/done that - in which case not interacting again will have dire consequences.11:06 PM Aug 2nd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@banana_the_poet @Adric2009 Interesting theory. Only problem, thinking about it is giving me a headache. Time Travel gets strange enough.11:20 PM Aug 2nd from web in reply to banana_the_poet

Adric2009@Wendell_Howe Time travel really does come with a huge responsibility. By the way, are you sure that cat is what he appears to be?2:46 AM Aug 3rd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@Adric2009 You could be right about the cat. He appears to be the Hotel's Cat, but I'm beginning to thing he's a stray.11:49 AM Aug 3rd from web in reply to Adric2009
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1869 Honolulu - Oh dear, look at the time. I'm think I'll join Prince Alfred and go to bed...Erm, that didn't come out right. Brain fuzzy.11:27 PM Aug 2nd from web

1869 Honolulu - I've been trying to follow Prince Alfred as much as I can without stalking him. He went down to his ship early this morning.11:37 AM Aug 3rd from web

1869 Honolulu - I'm currently sitting in a cafe near wharf. Mostly dock workers and sailors in here, but I'm polite so they leave me alone.11:41 AM Aug 3rd from web

1869 Honolulu - #MusicMonday with a musical language "Maunaleo" by Keali'i Reichel 6:19 PM Aug 3rd from web

1869 Honolulu - Have yet to find ugly Hawaiian woman. Older ones still have alluring eyes & warm smiles. I see why so many white men stayed.6:27 PM Aug 3rd from web

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JSColley@Wendell_Howe All the poi must be good for the skin.6:48 PM Aug 3rd from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@JSColley The natives do have beautiful complexions. Sunshine & fresh air probably doesn't hurt. 8:03 PM Aug 3rd from web
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CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe Thinking about the cat that befriended you. I hope the island people didn't have cat on the menu as well as on their laps.8:07 PM Aug 3rd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@CHCatMom Haven't run across "rabbit" on any of the menus yet.8:19 PM Aug 3rd from web in reply to CHCatMom

CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe Has the phrase, "tastes like chicken" been uttered yet?8:20 PM Aug 3rd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@CHCatMom Not here. I've heard Dr. Henry Darrel use the phrase "taste like chicken" in reference to rattlesnake. I'll take his word for it.8:32 PM Aug 3rd from web in reply to CHCatMom

CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe Yes, that was the reference to that phrase for me, too. Cattle drivers out west, eating the thing that might kill them.8:36 PM Aug 3rd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Sitting outside Royal Palace. King Kamehameha giving a Ball in Prince Alfred's honor. Carriages have been coming since 8:00.9:29 PM Aug 3rd from web

1869 Honolulu - The grounds are all lighted with evergreens and flowers hung on the palace pillars. Flags of many countries are displayed.9:32 PM Aug 3rd from web

1869 Honolulu - Men in evening wear and naval uniforms, women in fancy dresses, all latest fashions. 250 guests in all. Wish I could attend.9:34 PM Aug 3rd from web

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RT @Doc_Remy #WeeklyMusicCelebration ♫ Weekly Music Celebration August 4 **MUAH** [Thank you, uplifting as always!]10:54 PM Aug 3rd from web

Doc_Remy@Wendell_Howe I saw you through the worm holes when you were at Honolulu...I happened to be there in 2009. Saw you with pompous Prince.10:56 PM Aug 3rd from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Last night as I was filming the guests coming to the palace, a couple of sailors noticed me. Normally no one notices me.12:00 PM Aug 4th from web

1869 Honolulu - They had been setup as guards by Lieutenant Beresford, also known as Lord Charles, to keep an eye out for suspicious people.12:03 PM Aug 4th from web

1869 Honolulu - After they patted me down & saw I was unarmed they were nicer. Said in Sydney Australia last year someone shot the Captain!12:06 PM Aug 4th from web

1869 Honolulu - Appeared to be because Alfred was Queen Victoria's son. Shot in back, just missed the spine. Was laid up a couple of weeks.12:08 PM Aug 4th from web

1869 Honolulu - I apologized for making them nervous and left. I have the feeling they were protecting the Prince behind his back. Good men!12:11 PM Aug 4th from web

1869 Honolulu - I am currently walking outside of town, looking over farms. I've seen a small plots of pineapple, but no huge plantations.12:27 PM Aug 4th from web

1869 Honolulu - Pineapple is not native and was brought here in the 1700's from South America. Right now it's only for local consumption.12:29 PM Aug 4th from web

1869 - Pineapples won't be exported until 1880's when steamships can ship faster. 1903 canning will start. By 1921 will be major industry.12:33 PM Aug 4th from web

1869 Honolulu - I must say, pineapples are the oddest looking plants, aren't they? photo of pineapple plant 12:38 PM Aug 4th from web

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okelay@Wendell_Howe you ever meet Queen Victoria?12:15 PM Aug 4th from UberTwitter in reply to Wendell_Howe

@okelay I have seen her on numerous occasions, but never met her. She only meets important people. 12:41 PM Aug 4th from web

okelay@Wendell_Howe oh,and you don't have psychic paper :)12:47 PM Aug 4th from UberTwitter in reply to Wendell_Howe

@okelay No psychic paper. Would be nice. Closest thing I have is an inborn ability to be overlooked by most people. Makes dating difficult.12:55 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to okelay
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areucrazy@Wendell_Howe What is your transportation around the island?12:43 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@areucrazy At the moment feet. Have hitched a few rides. Could rent a horse. 12:47 PM Aug 4th from web

@areucrazy Bicycles have recently come to Islands, but bad idea. They have wooden tires & no chains. Must pedal furiously...walking easier!12:50 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to areucrazy

areucrazy@Wendell_Howe So horses where left there?? When?12:47 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

areucrazy@Wendell_Howe I mean Dr. Howe!!12:54 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@areucrazy Imagine horses came over with white business men. The natives have taken a liking to them. Women ride them without sidesaddles.12:53 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to areucrazy
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1869 Honolulu - I say, just got tweeted by a dating service. I wonder if Mum sent them to me? She wants me to get married and settle down.1:09 PM Aug 4th from web

markfishpool@Wendell_Howe Where would the fun be in that, you have such great adventures and we all love hearing about them [I'll send this to Mum!]1:57 PM Aug 4th from web

@markfishpool I'll send this to Mum! 1:57 PM Aug 4th from web

erthefae@Wendell_Howe Perhaps you and Mum need to compromise -- you could marry an adventuress and time travel together!2:25 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@erthefae Only Licensed Time Travelers are allowed by the Institute. No current female Temporal Anthropologist wants to study 1800's.4:37 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to erthefae

erthefae@Wendell_Howe Really? That's a pity. Must be intimidated by the fashions :)4:43 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe Makes me curious about "future fruits" and specifically engineered fruits for needs of a people or area.3:33 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@CHCatMom Flavor is 1st to go. 4:43 PM Aug 4th from web
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Animadi@Wendell_Howe Hmm, that reminded me. Have you read, or are at all interested in seeing "The Time-Travelers Wife" or is that like horror to u4:36 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

Animadi@Wendell_Howe Bleerkkk I said "like" in a sentence. Forgive me.4:37 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@Animadi Haven't seen Time Traveler's Wife. Is that where he only pops up now & again? Now you know why I'm not married.4:58 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Animadi

Animadi@Wendell_Howe Ya... :( But you both would consummate your infrequent time together in incredibly passionate ways?5:07 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@Animadi Perhaps. Most women would prefer that more frequently, as well as having some one there for them. I wouldn't want a lonely wife.5:32 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Animadi

Animadi@Wendell_Howe I know! I am sorry, I am a fan of tragic passionate romances.5:37 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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garbate@janeslee Can anyone recommend interesting people to follow (@stephenfry & @timminchin like) who will entertain and educate me..I feel like growing!4:43 PM Aug 4th from TwitterFon

janeslee@garbate @alandavies1 and @wendell_howe4:46 PM Aug 4th from TwitterFon in reply to garbate

1869 Honolulu - @janeslee Thank you for suggesting me to your friend. Not everyone finds Temporal Anthropology exciting...not sure why.5:03 PM Aug 4th from web

garbate@Wendell_Howe I'm extremely excited about being enlightened on the subject of Temporal Anthrapology...I'd travel back to 1181 - Cassapodia.5:40 PM Aug 4th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe
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ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe Are you still in Hawaii stalking the Duke, or have you moved on? #orforward #orback #notsureofthelingo #timetravelnewbie4:44 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

1869 Honolulu - @ThatNeilGuy Still in the Sandwich Islands, currently stalking gardens. Found some banana trees--also not native.5:02 PM Aug 4th from web

ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe Wish you could transplant some of the bananas and bring 'em here. Bet they're not Cavendish but the ones that got wiped out.5:04 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@ThatNeilGuy Are you referring to the Gros Michel banana which was wiped out in 1960's, 80 years before Cavendish was also wiped out?5:23 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to ThatNeilGuy

ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe Yeah, gros michel. It was supposed to be GREAT. But now we have crappy Cavendish. #istillthinktheyaretasty #notabananasnob5:25 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@ThatNeilGuy I understand Temporal Botanist brought back both some years ago, and are on the brink of growing enough for commercial use.5:26 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to ThatNeilGuy

ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe So I guess if I can zoom to 2600ish I can taste a gros michel. Hmmm. #havetospeedupthistimemachine #1secpersecaintgonnacutit5:27 PM Aug 4th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Sitting on the Hotel veranda eating a banana. I wonder if this one is extinct? I'll leave that up to the Temporal Botanists.7:58 PM Aug 4th from web

1869 Honolulu - I'm suppose to go shopping for couple of quilts tomorrow. I wonder why the University of Hawaii is so interested in blankets?8:02 PM Aug 4th from web

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JSColley@Wendell_Howe Probably because they are such a curiosity in that balmy climate. 8:11 PM Aug 4th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - I asked at hotel clerk if he knew where I could find quilts. He sent me to a dry goods store. I'm headed there now.10:08 AM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - Dry Goods Store did not having any quilts. They directed me to a Nancy Kamaka Smith. He heard she was making quilts to sell.11:09 AM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - I believe this is her house. It's a whitewashed cottage with a large front porch. There are three women out front on porch.11:13 AM Aug 5th from web

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HistoryLuV3r@Wendell_Howe Who's house? .11:14 AM Aug 5th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

1869 Honolulu - @HistoryLuV3r The house belongs to Nancy Kamaka Smith, widow to a sea captain. She's making quilts to supplement income.11:40 AM Aug 5th from web

HistoryLuV3r@Wendell_Howe Very cool, I love it! :-P RT The house belongs to Nancy Kamaka Smith, widow to a sea captain.1:14 PM Aug 5th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - They're sitting in rattan chairs in front of quilting hoops on stands, stitching away. Walk up to front gate, removing hat.11:19 AM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - I ask permission to come in. I tell them I am trying to find a quilt to take back home with me. It's for someone special...11:23 AM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - Of course, I don't tell them that "home" is the 27th century and that "someone special" is the University of Hawaii.11:25 AM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - They invite me on porch. I get a closer look at their work. Oh my word! Now I know why University of Hawaii wanted these!11:28 AM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - Quilts are white & appliqu├ęd with abstract design in solid color. Reminds me a bit of paper snowflakes children cut out.11:32 AM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - Only the patterns are more elaborate with hints of leaves and flowers. The white background is quilted, echoing foreground.11:34 AM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - Here is what Nancy's quilt looks like Hawaiian Quilt 11:36 AM Aug 5th from web

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erthefae@Wendell_Howe Wow, beautiful! Much more elaborate than children's snowflakes, more like Chinese papercutting.11:41 AM Aug 5th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@erthefae That is a better description. 11:42 AM Aug 5th from web
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AlexanderChowIt's not Friday but follow (even #FF) @Wendell_Howe, really fun and intelligent tweets from another era. Wow, Twitter can bend time!11:21 AM Aug 5th from web

@AlexanderChow Thank you for the recommendation. In case you are wondering how I'm twittering from 1869, this explains. New Experimental Twitter Tool 11:49 AM Aug 5th from web in reply to AlexanderChow

AlexanderChow@Wendell_Howe Love the explanation and what you're doing. I tweeted a little of The Voyage of the Beagle one day, but your project is great.12:46 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

AlexanderChow Check out the illustrious @Wendell_Howe and his tweets from the Victorian age. An explanation of these "time tweets" at New Experimental Twitter Tool 12:47 PM Aug 5th from web
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Lenscapper1Welcoming: @Wendell_Howe talk about a blast from the past...12:05 PM Aug 5th from web

@Lenscapper1 Thank you for the nice welcome! More about my work and Temporal Anthroplogy at Temporal Anthropologist Recruitment Ad 12:15 PM Aug 5th from web

Lenscapper1@Wendell_Howe Consider me your biggest fan!12:18 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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andreabakes@AlexanderChow I'm #ff @Wendell_Howe & his really fun, intelligent tweets from another era. How did u find him? Do u think he knows Dr Who?1:39 PM Aug 5th from TwitterFon

@andreabakes I'm glad to hear you are enjoying my work. I do know Adolphus Fairchild. Does that count? No, I’m not the Doctor 4:24 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to andreabakes
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bc0035@vonHogflume @Wendell_Howe @colinenglish how are you gentlemen, today?2:56 PM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - @bc0035 Doing well, thank you, but then I'm in the Sandwich Islands eating macroons made with fresh cocoanut with Tea today.4:27 PM Aug 5th from web

ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe Yesterday bananas. Today coconuts. Seems to be a lot about eating for you. #concernedaboutyourhealth #morecoconutlessmacaroon 4:33 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@ThatNeilGuy I am tweeting a lot about food. Just not used to all this fresh tropical fruit. All non-synthetic or genetically enhanced.4:42 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to ThatNeilGuy
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Oh hello, @inventrix Been awhile since I've seen you. I thought you had been sucked into one of those nasty Twitter black holes.7:14 PM Aug 5th from web

inventrix@Wendell_Howe I had! It has a sign posted out front saying "WORK". It was terrifying. I can still see it looming a short distance away.7:21 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@inventrix Yes I've been sucked into many a black hole like that myself. Hope you survive the crushing experience.7:28 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to inventrix
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MBFARM@Wendell_Howe Thanx for the follow7:10 PM Aug 5th from web

@MBFARM You are most welcome. Thank you for recommending me.7:17 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to MBFARM
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1869 Honolulu - I was able to acquire only one quilt. They are very time consuming to make. Most are made as gifts for family, few are sold.7:20 PM Aug 5th from web

1869 Honolulu - This quilt is very beautiful. Traditional red on white, breadfruit pattern. The first was inspired by shadow cast by tree.7:23 PM Aug 5th from web

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Animadi@Wendell_Howe I have always wanted to learn to quilt. Your quilt sounds lovely. I crave tea.7:41 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@Animadi You might find this site of interest. More on the history of Hawaiian Quilts as well as free patterns. QuiltsHawaiian.com 8:54 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to Animadi
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terrylightfoot@Wendell_Howe : My dear sir, a pleasure to meet a fellow time traveller. You are a credit to your century.7:31 PM Aug 5th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@terrylightfoot Thank you. Most in 27th century think I'm odd because I dress in Victorian clothes all the time. Only thing comfortable in.8:57 PM Aug 5th from web in reply to terrylightfoot

terrylightfoot@Wendell_Howe As a modern woman I find Victorian clothing cumbersome, altho my traveling companion @OolonSputnik would agree wi you no doubt10:39 PM Aug 5th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

terrylightfoot@Wendell_Howe & yet, thru a series of events, I have become a Victorian clothing designer, designing those very same cumbersome bustles ;-) http://to-a-tdesigns.blogspot.com/ To-a-T Victorian & Steampunk Couture 10:43 PM Aug 5th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@terrylightfoot Now you see why there are no female Temporal Anthropologists working in the Victorian Era. Can't say I blame them.9:09 AM Aug 6th from web in reply to terrylightfoot
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Adric2009@Wendell_Howe have you ever met yourself on your travels through time?3:14 AM Aug 6th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@Adric2009 The Institute of Time Travel is very careful that NEVER happens. 8:53 AM Aug 6th from web

@Adric2009 Although I have had recurring dream lately of meeting myself in Amiens, France where I was last year. I'm sure it means nothing.8:56 AM Aug 6th from web in reply to Adric2009
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1869 Honolulu - Having problems getting on and staying on Twitter. Is it just me? Maybe unstable wormhole? Or does Twitter not like T.A.s?8:49 AM Aug 6th from web

kagillogly@Wendell_Howe It's Twitter, but I bet yr wormhole connection increases the instability.8:53 AM Aug 6th from twhirl in reply to Wendell_Howe

simplychrista@Wendell_Howe Nopes, it's not just you. Twitter had to deal with a DoS attack. It's slowly coming back up again :)8:54 AM Aug 6th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

Thank you @simplychrista @kagillogly DoS attack? Wonder if it's some ignored spouse trying to get their wife or husband off Twitter?9:07 AM Aug 6th from web

fangarius@Wendell_Howe Nah, having strange problems as well. New blog for #TwilightZoneThursdays Fanger’s Twilight Tales 9:04 AM Aug 6th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@fangarius Twitter was frozen in Time? 9:20 AM Aug 6th from web
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1869 Honolulu - Going out to Waikiki Beach to get footage of it pre-20th century Hotel invasion. Should be beautiful.9:34 AM Aug 6th from web

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daftapeth.@Wendell_Howe I was going to do the same with 1869 Victoria, Vancouver Island, but the leprosy put me off :-/5:04 PM Aug 6th from PockeTwit in reply to Wendell_Howe

@daftapeth I understand there are leper island colonies here, too. I suppose that was one more disease the Europeans brought with them.6:24 PM Aug 6th from web in reply to daftapeth
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HistoryLuV3r@Wendell_Howe I'm having problems with Twitter today as well. Also Facebook too. I don't know what's going on ugh...9:13 AM Aug 6th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

@HistoryLuV3r Appears to be a Hacker attack. See DDos in Trending Topics.9:38 AM Aug 6th from web in reply to HistoryLuV3r

HistoryLuV3r@Wendell_Howe Oh really? WoW, that's just awful...9:57 AM Aug 6th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

DJClicheDarknesI think #temporaltues caused today to feel like Tuesday again. I may have a bit of a problem. Assist me Dr @wendell_howe ?9:23 AM Aug 6th from Tweetie

1869 - @DJClicheDarknes Oh dear, am I the cause for all this? Are TimeTweets causing DDoS? Better get off Twitter before they come after me!9:44 AM Aug 6th from web

DJClicheDarknes1422 - @Wendell_Howe I do͡҉҉ ̵̡̢̛̗̘̙̜̝̞̟̠͇̊̋̌̍"̏̿̿̿̚ ҉ ҉҉̡̢̡̢̛̛̖̗̘̙̜̝̞̟̠̖̗̘̙̜̝̞̟̠̊̋̌̍"̏̐̑̒̓̔̊̋̌̍"̏̐̑ ͡҉҉ 't Thin͡҉҉k you were ͡҉҉ 458949-2a9:49 AM Aug 6th from Tweetie in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Back at the Hotel. Spent the day at Wakiki Beach. Very beautiful without the hotels. Was lined with grass huts though.6:28 PM Aug 6th from web

1869 Honolulu - Perhaps huts is not right word. They remind me of English cottages except the thatcher got carried away. Grass Hut 6:30 PM Aug 6th from web

1869 Honolulu - Watched natives surfing. Sport is centuries old & once had ritual significance. Missionaries frown upon it, but it survives.6:33 PM Aug 6th from web

1869 Honolulu - Surfboards were flat wooden planks, rounded in front and tapered to flat back. All lengths, some as long as 12 feet.6:37 PM Aug 6th from web

1869 Honolulu - Both genders & all ages participated. Looked dangerous but they all made it look easy. Everyone seemed to have a good time.6:39 PM Aug 6th from web

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greebo1@Wendell_Howe Twitter don't surf.6:43 PM Aug 6th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@greebo1 Let others on Twitter do the surfing for you? Sounds like a good idea. 6:55 PM Aug 6th from web
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ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe I dare you to teach them to shout Cowabunga! #youwontgetintrouble #much6:43 PM Aug 6th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe

@ThatNeilGuy No, I would get in trouble a lot! 7:03 PM Aug 6th from web
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kaolinfireexplore Honolulu in 1869 with @Wendell_Howe - twime twavel (wince. that's a horrible term. I'm sorry!)6:33 PM Aug 6th from TweetDeck

1869 Honolulu - @kaolinfire Twime Twavel? I say, I hope that doesn't catch on!6:43 PM Aug 6th from web
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1869 Honolulu - Needed footage of vista from Diamond Head. Round trip at least 10 miles so found a "Horses for Rent" sign & hired a mare 5:00 PM Aug 7th from web

1869 Honolulu - They tried to rent me a stallion, but I said a preferred a mature female with experience. Got an odd look for that one.5:02 PM Aug 7th from web

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captain_erika@Wendell_Howe Wait...why...*pauses, then sees it* Oh! *smirks*5:10 PM Aug 7th from twhirl in reply to Wendell_Howe

@captain_erika Oh dear, did you think...? Oh my! Now I am blushing!5:20 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to captain_erika

captain_erika@Wendell_Howe *snickers* If you didn't say "I got an odd look for that one" I probably wouldn't have seen the double entendre. 5:30 PM Aug 7th from twhirl in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Stable hands told me it would take all day to get to Diamond Head on that old nag. Told them I had all day.5:05 PM Aug 7th from web

1869 Honolulu - Not a "bronco buster" like Henry. Don't want a horse that's going to fight. Hired gentle dapple grey mare & ENGLISH saddle.5:07 PM Aug 7th from web

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trinlayk@Wendell_Howe you are the smart one. Stallions are for experienced riders in a hurry.... not photographers.6:25 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@trinlayk: I'm a one trial learner. 6:35 PM Aug 7th from web
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1869 Honolulu - Rode Betsy (my name) to the top of the hill. Beautiful panorama. Honolulu 5 miles away. Next century city will reach base.5:10 PM Aug 7th from web

1869 Honolulu - Leisurely ride let me take footage of everything along way. Betsy appreciated rider that didn't push. We both had nice day.5:13 PM Aug 7th from web

1869 Honolulu - Now back at in town. Bought the old girl some oats and made sure she got them. Going to try Mahi Mahi tonight for dinner.5:16 PM Aug 7th from web

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jeweledfrog@Wendell_Howe you go are you going to ride in the surf ph that would be wonderfulabout 15 hours ago from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe

@jeweledfrog We did take the route along the beach. I let Betsy run in the surf. Didn't mind getting wet because the old girl loved it!5:23 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to jeweledfrog

jeweledfrog@Wendell_Howe sounds just wonderful 5:30 pm Aug 7th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe

erthefae@Wendell_Howe I'm jealous! Would love to go horseback riding on Hawaii in any era :)5:33 PM Ag 7th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

1869 - Want to go horseback riding in Hawaii, @erthefae @jeweledfrog ? Probably shouldn't show you this Waipio Valley Horseback Riding 6:11 PM Aug 7th from web

jeweledfrog@Wendell_Howe oh how cool is that thanks loved the pic 6:20 PM Aug 7th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe

erthefae@Wendell_Howe That's a breathtaking view... and here I am in a hot desert city. Bah.7:20 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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simonscotland#keepffreal #followfriday want to follow a time travelling gentleman? Then follow @Wendell_Howe a tea-riffic fella 5:00 PM Aug 7th from Twittelator

And I think you are a tea-riffic fella, too @simonscotland #keepffreal #followfriday Hope the weather in Scotland was nice today. 5:51 PM Aug 7th from web
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kunoichi06Working on performance eval. Trying to sift through entire last year for key moments. Perhaps should talk to @Wendell_Howe re: time machine.7:29 AM Aug 7th from TweetDeck

1869- @kunoichi06 Institute of Time Travel never lets us go into our own past. (Strict blighters) Sounds like a practical application to me.5:57 PM Aug 7th from web
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terrylightfootMy dear Miss @emillyladybird I really must introduce you to Mr. @Wendell_Howe .A fellow adventurer, his adventures are confined to Tuesdays.6:15 PM Aug 7th from TweetDeck

1869 - My Time Travel is not confined to Tuesday, just the Victorian Era and the boring 27th century, @terrylightfoot @emillyladybird 6:28 PM Aug 7th from web

terrylightfootSomehow, I think you two ( @emillyladybird , @Wendell_Howe )have a lot in common. Adventure being the key! 6:30 PM Aug 7th from TweetDeck

1869- @terrylightfoot @emillyladybird I'd hardly call myself an adventurer although some think a chamber pot very scary. On Being a Professional Wallflower 6:32 PM Aug 7th from web

jeweledfrog@Wendell_Howe still have a chamber pot (used for looks only) that sits by our bed 6:37 PM Aug 7th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 - @trinlayk By the way, is your bunny in your photo sick? Looks rabid. Your other bunnies look healthy enough. Silly Kitty Esty site 6:40 PM Aug 7th from web

trinlayk@Wendell_Howe not sick, maybe a bit over caffeinated and wearing a pink fluffy bow.10:26 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@trinlayk Oh, I see that now. 10:35 PM Aug 7th from web

@trinlayk Your bio said you made monsters & I can't think of anything scarier than rabid animal. Thought the bow was abstract foam. Sorry.10:38 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to trinlayk

trinlayk@Wendell_Howe that's an interesting idea.... hmmmm. Mostly the monsters I make are things like Cthulhu (Hello Kthulhu), Godzilla, etc.12:22 AM Aug 9th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

trinlayk@Wendell_Howe I thought it looked more like an Elizabethan collar, the "rabid rabbit" concept never occurred to me.12:49 AM Aug 9th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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janfeighner@Wendell_Howe I must say, I really love your idea and posts. Most interesting...6:35 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@janfeighner Thank you! I'm glad you are enjoying my observations in the field. Have you seen my blog? Wendell Howe Blog 6:43 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to janfeighner

janfeighner@Wendell_Howe I did not, but I'm following it now. Love the look and your creativity. Wells would be proud!6:52 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@janfeighner Thank you! I assume you are referring to Jeffrey Wells, the Temporal Anthropologist studying Elizabethan England? I do try! 7:00 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to janfeighner

janfeighner@Wendell_Howe Oh, yeaahhhh, not H.G. Wells... the Time Machine novelist... I'll go with what you said... makes me look more intelligent! 7:12 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

janfeighner#Follow @Wendell_Howe Really interesting and creative posts and blog.8:37 AM Aug 8th from web

@janfeighner Thank you for recommending me. I'm glad you enjoyed my blogsite. My condolences on your loss. Puzzles was a beautiful cat.5:51 PM Aug 8th from web

janfeighner@Wendell_Howe Thank you for your sympathy re: Puzzles, and thanks for looking. Can't wait to see more of your informative posts!8:50 PM Aug 8th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Laying on my bed. That stray cat has snuck in again and is curled up at the foot. I've named her Julia. Can't take her home.9:44 PM Aug 7th from web

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Becky_Middleton@Wendell_Howe Don't go home. What you've described is to beautiful to leave behind. Make that place home. Eh?10:13 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

RT @Becky_Middleton Each day, more tempted 10:40 PM Aug 7th from web

Becky_MiddletonGonna dream of turn of century Honolulu. Thx @Wendell_Howe I am just tired enough now to let that vision linger. Gnite all!10:50 PM Aug 7th from web
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CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe If you're sure the cat is female, she may be looking for someone to help with kittens. No spay and neuter clinics yet, eh? 9:47 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@CHCatMom You think the cat might be pregnant! Oh my. I can't even take care of one cat, let alone a whole litter. Poor thing.10:31 PM Aug 7th from web in reply to CHCatMom

CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe I know the rules about changing history with people. Could she (if indeed a she) be time traveled, spayed and returned?5:57 AM Aug 8th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@CHCatMom Institute would never allow me to take Julia into future, spay her & bring her back. There is population explosion of cats in 18697:49 AM Aug 8th from web

CHCatMom@Wendell_Howe Oh, thank you for that info. Maybe my ancestors are responsible for my urge to rescue cats. Not sure of family genes. 7:55 PM Aug 8th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Sandwich Islands - Going down to the Harbor today. Record it before the major innovations of the 1940's.7:31 AM Aug 8th from web

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Doctor_Donna@Wendell_Howe what happens in the 1940's? 7:37 AM Aug 8th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@Doctor_Donna World War II. Harbor will be dredged and barrier islands built to protect ships from open sea.7:43 AM Aug 8th from web

Doctor_Donna@Wendell_Howe Oh yeah....so many wars...so much time..! 7:45 AM Aug 8th from twhirl in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Went out to Quarantine Island today. It's surrounded by shallow reefs that are exposed at low tide. Walked ford built to it.5:30 PM Aug 8th from web

1869 - It got it's name because it was where sailors were sent when there was a quarantine. Just a few buildings out there. Island gone now.5:33 PM Aug 8th from web

1869 Honolulu - In 1940's the natural harbor between the Island & reef was dredged. All the sand dumped on coral reef, creating Sand Island.5:35 PM Aug 8th from web

1869 Honolulu - Sand Island protects harbor better in storms, but creating it destroyed rich ecosystem in coral reef. Lots of fish & crabs.5:37 PM Aug 8th from web

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jsclarkfl@Wendell_Howe re 1869 Honolulu, if u came back 50 yrs later u could meet my grandfather, Stable Sgt Paul Clark, at Schofield Barracks.10:08 AM Aug 8th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe

1869 - @jsclarkfl Not allowed outside the Victorian Age. Perhaps you could go back and meet him on Temporal Tuesday.5:42 PM Aug 8th from web

jsclarkfl@Wendell_Howe I need to update my Kronocycle license first.8:04 PM Aug 8th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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Follow @Realtimedracula - The Novel "Dracula" done in real time. Real Time Dracula Live Journal (Now where did I put that Cross?)8:48 PM Aug 8th from web

fangarius@Wendell_Howe Have a bone 2 pic w/Bram about that. Telling tales about my Uncle Drac like that!9:32 PM Aug 8th from TweetDeck in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Honolulu - Going to explore Punchbowl Hill. Extinct volcano crater outside town. Here is a picture of it. Punch Bowl 11:39 AM Aug 9th from web

1869 Honolulu - The crater was a sacred site known as "Hill of Sacrifice" among the natives. Those who broke taboos were sacrificed here.11:41 AM Aug 9th from web

1869 Honolulu - In the 1940's it was made a graveyard for those who sacrificed their lives in World War II.11:44 AM Aug 9th from web

1869 Sandwich Islands - I've climbed Punchbowl Hill. Beautiful view. Honolulu not far away. Next century this will be in city limits.1:07 PM Aug 9th from web

1869 - To my left I can see Waikiki Beach and further away is Diamond Head. Beyond that is the Pacific Ocean. Think I'll sit awhile.1:10 PM Aug 9th from web

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@Wendell_Howe How fun!!!11:48 AM Aug 9th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@suziqb77 It is a fantastic view from up here.1:22 PM Aug 9th from web in reply to suziqb77
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alicen45@Wendell_Howe <-Malinowski fan? or at least will you be in 1927, Professor at London?6:19 AM Aug 9th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@alicen45 Who isn't a Malinowski fan? He told anthropologists to get off the verandah and to really get to know the people they studied.1:15 PM Aug 9th from web in reply to alicen45

@alicen45 We could have called ourselves Temporal Archeologist since we collect artifacts or Temporal Historians since we observe past...1:18 PM Aug 9th from web in reply to alicen45

@alicen45 ...but Temporal Anthropologists is more fitting because we mostly study and observe people so we can better understand history.1:20 PM Aug 9th from web in reply to alicen45

alicen45@Wendell_Howe and so my Anthropological career (specifically in deaf and hard of hearing cultures) begins. Malinowski's approach5:19 PM Aug 9th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

1869- @alicen45 Looks like you're already off to a good start in teaching others to understand. Alicen Noselli 5:40 PM Aug 9th from web

alicen45@Wendell_Howe thanks for the RT, blog is a bit whine filled but hey, a girls gotta vent too! more on HOH/Deaf as I have time...5:42 PM Aug 9th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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AliSama@Wendell_Howe thank you for the follow, I am reading your blog. very interesting.6:43 PM Aug 9th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

@AliSama Thank you! I'm glad you find it interesting.9:16 PM Aug 9th from web in reply to AliSama

AliSama@Wendell_Howe ^_- so how is life? I like the victorian era. always did.10:10 PM Aug 9th from TwitterFox in reply to Wendell_Howe

1869 - @AliSama I will admit I do prefer life in the Victorian Era to that in the 27th century. Much more interesting and exotic and lively.9:49 AM Aug 10th from web

1869 - @AliSama I really enjoy my work. Constantly traveling can get hectic, but the thought of being stuck in 2600's makes my skin crawl!9:52 AM Aug 10th from web

AliSama@Wendell_Howe i enjoy the fashion of the era. Ever see the cartoon turn-a-gundam? it has a victoria style earth.11:10 AM Aug 10th from TwitterFox in reply to Wendell_Howe

AliSama@Wendell_Howe it has steam punk and futuristic technologies in a blend. I would recommend obtaining a subtitled copy. Sid mead worked on it1:18 PM Aug 10th from TwitterFox in reply to Wendell_Howe

@AliSama Found some Turn-A-Gundam Anime clips in the historic files on Youtube. Japanese Steam Punk? Nice artwork.12:09 PM Aug 10th from web in reply to AliSama

@AliSama I enjoy the clothes of the Victorian Era, too. It's why I always wear Victorian suits, even in back home in the 27th century.12:11 PM Aug 10th from web in reply to AliSama
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1869 Honolulu - Decided I didn't get enough footage of Waikiki Beach. Think it needs more study. Yes, definitely need more study.9:47 AM Aug 10th from web

1869 - Now walking Waikiki Beach. Yes, I'll admit I have jacket off & I'm barefoot. Not in native loincloth yet. Doubtful I'll go that far.12:16 PM Aug 10th from web

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trinlayk@Wendell_Howe I'd bet you'd be at least 10X more comfy in the loincloth, provided you aren't likely to sunburn.1:22 PM Aug 10th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe

1869 - @trinlayk First I would have to get up nerve to wear a loincloth. Sometimes think I was ingrained into the Victorian Age too well!3:33 PM Aug 10th from web
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1869 Waikiki Beach - Lots of activity on the beach. Natives are fishing and gathering shell fish. They look like they are enjoying the work.12:20 PM Aug 10th from web

1869 Waikiki Beach - Ran into the most interesting person. Found an older gentleman on beach repairing nets. Put on my glasses to get film.2:49 PM Aug 10th from web

1869 Waikiki Beach - He looks up & says "Aloha". I said, "Good afternoon, sir." He asked, "English? Do you work for the Hudson Bay Company?"2:52 PM Aug 10th from web

1869 Waikiki Beach - "Hudson Bay Company? Aren't they in North America?" It turns out the fellow had spent years in the Oregon Territory.2:56 PM Aug 10th from web

1869 Waikiki Beach - Sandwich Islands was a major stop for merchant ships going to China and for whaling ships. Many Hawaiians joined them.2:57 PM Aug 10th from web

1869 - Hudson Bay Company hired hundreds of Hawaiians as laborers in Oregon Territory. They built Fort Vancouver and other trading posts.2:59 PM Aug 10th from web

1869 - Whitman Mission near Walla Walla was built by Hawaiians. They also worked as farmers, lumberman and salmon fisherman for export.3:01 PM Aug 10th from web

1869-Especially prized on fur trapping expeditions for their canoeing & swimming skills. They acted as "lifeguards" for French fur trappers.3:05 PM Aug 10th from web

1869 - Owyhee River was named for them. Many Hawaiians married native girls & settled down. One was John Kalama. Town named after him.3:10 PM Aug 10th from web

1869 - Kalama, Washington, USA may be the only town that celebrates Founder's Day with a luau and a pow-wow! Proud of Hawaiian roots. Kalama Heritage Days 3:12 PM Aug 10th from web

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ThatNeilGuy@Wendell_Howe Hope you're hiding your twitter interface from the natives. #indistinquishablefrommagic12:17 PM Aug 10th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe

@ThatNeilGuy I'm Tweeting from my computer disguised as Bible using voice commands. Natives think I'm talking to myself. Tools of the Trade 3:14 PM Aug 10th from web in reply to ThatNeilGuy
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jeweledfrog@Wendell_Howe love the Victorian attire also I have sewn some even a costume for my daughter's play hand detail is my favorite1:17 PM Aug 10th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe

1869 Honolulu - @jeweledfrog Saw your mention of me and Temporal Tuesday on your blog Visit With the Past Ms Potter was quite the lady.3:28 PM Aug 10th from web

jeweledfrog@Wendell_Howe glad you visited my blog yes she was she and I had a lot in common like visiting animals and drawing lol3:32 PM Aug 10th from TwitterFon in reply to Wendell_Howe
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1869 Waikiki - Still on beach, laying in sand, watching stars. Family offered me some fish & poi for dinner. Would be impolite to say no.8:26 PM Aug 10th from web

1869 Waikiki Beach - Poi is purple paste made from Taro root. Rather sour. Definitely an acquired taste. Ate it anyway to be polite.8:30 PM Aug 10th from web

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aradasky@Wendell_Howe Are the stars lined up the same in Hawaii in 1869 as in 2610 Cambridge?8:32 PM Aug 10th from web

@aradasky Not sure. Now I wish I had taken astronomy classes. 8:40 PM Aug 10th from web
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1869 Honolulu - I had surveyed downtown Honolulu but hadn't taken any footage of the inside of shops. So very different from modern shops.8:16 AM Aug 11th from web

1869 Honolulu - Most Victorian shops are small & specialized, with the goods on shelves behind the counter. Clerk has to fetch them for you.8:21 AM Aug 11th from web

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smv1827Imagine 19C shopping: #His2279:00 AM Aug 11th from web

1869 Honolulu - @smv1827 Here is the interior of one of those shops. Victorian Shop photo 11:32 AM Aug 11th from web

smv1827@Wendell_Howe Thanks!12:24 PM Aug 11th from web in reply to Wendell_Howe
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