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Catherine Toth Fox

Musings

The truth about working from home

By On August 25, 2015

A lot of people assume all I do is hike, surf and eat. Because that’s what I post on my Instagram. If I posted what I really do all day, well, I’d… Read More

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#40trails: Upgrades starting on the Alaka‘i Swamp Trail

By On August 18, 2015

Back in March my husband took me on a hiking weekend in Kōkeʻe on Kaua‘i for my 40th birthday. And on that trip I discovered what would become one of my all-time… Read More

Musings

It’s not easy being a farmer

By On August 10, 2015

Sure, it sounds nice to own a farm. It conjures up those romantic images of rolling hills and vast, open spaces, with grazing cattle and an abundance of vegetables all glimmering in… Read More

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#40trails No. 12: Ka‘ala in Wai‘anae

By On August 3, 2015

HIKE: Ka‘ala, Wai‘anae, O‘ahu WHEN: July 2015 LENGTH: 8 miles roundtrip DIFFICULTY: Difficult, strenuous FEATURES: Traverses through valleys and along ridges, native forest with native birds, bog environment at the top, views… Read More

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#CatTravels: My favorite Neighbor Island omiyage

By On July 30, 2015

Omiyage. It’s a custom I grew up with. While it’s rooted in Japanese culture — omiyage are souvenirs you bring back home from a trip that you give to others — just about… Read More