|Molokini and Kaho'olawe, 6 x 8 oil|
It is Labor Day weekend, and here in the campground are quite a few groups of Hawaiians camping. OK, some are in tents like the visitors, but others have huge metal pole structures forty feet on a side, with tarps strung over the top and screen sides. Inside there are tables and camp stoves and cots, and big plastic coolers. When they strike camp, everyone helps, taking down tarps and poles, loading it into pickups. They pull away, leaving bare grass, every bit as if the circus had come to town.