Wandering about Dole Park yesterday in Lanai City, Hawaii, a guy interrupted me while I was deploying resonators on a recently captured portal. He looked friendly enough and harmless as he approached, but that's how you get stabbed to death in the middle of a park in broad daylight, heh, heh. He launched into a story about how he is working his way through some kind of educational deal and was looking for support. I reached into my camera bag to hand him a $20 bill because I'm a soft touch.
Before I could pull out the money, he opened a box to show me his wares. He was selling stained glass pieces secured to cardboard. I like pink, and he had a pink angel, not that I am particularly fond of angels, I prefer fairies instead. But a pink angel is OK. That cost twenty bucks. I thought that was a fair trade, although I would have just given him the money until he offered me a sale.
You can read more in my personal blog today and see all the photographs of Lanai City in this piece about how a Dole Park Shop Led Sacramento Realtor to Sweetheart Rock.