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Hello its time again to say thanks to Exede and I am so happy (super happy) to have the dish on the east side of my place. More like east west because I see the sun coming up a little bit to the left where the dish is pointing. I do have only good things to say about you guys. Some times I have those 5+ inches a day rainy days and so seldom I loose "THE BEAM" like for a little while there is a no go. But then it really is coming down. My jungle house in Nahiku gets 240 inches a year and sometimes more but that's why its called rainforest. The I googletube up and put on my earphones- because its so loud I don't hear the phone or whatever comes out of my speakers. Its like ones you been (live) here you never go back. I SO much love the rain. Must be some truth to those free iones? We also have Lahaina ( sun with no mercy) or Kihei (waste land) on maui , that means there is always a sunny spot. 15 minutes going down to Hana town they get about 80 inches and so it goes. When I told my niece to bring rubber boots she thought its a joke and she stacked up on bikinis instead. Who would bring rubber boots to Hawaii? When my sister came from Germany it rained for 6 weeks she called it the mud spa like "Kneip Kur" its a health thing over there. Its always warm here and so is the rain. Looking up the Haleakala crater from my place I do see about 20 waterfalls in the jungle= not too bad!
But Exede never fails and Mahalo to Lindsey and brother Beau who help me setting it up.
That's it for today-so thanks and Aloha from your happy customer.