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  1. I went 25 years ago on my first honeymoon so no help on specifics like hotels, etc., but I thought the Big Island was very cool. Wild variation in climates to explore on the one island, active volcano, black sand beaches, small enough to drive around in one day or spend a few days doing it. Only spent two days on Oahu which was more than enough. Honolulu is just another big city that happens to be on a beach; Pearl Harbor was the only memorable thing there. Not recommended. Maui was beautiful, stayed at some resort near Lahaina. A lot to see there or just hang on the beach. If you come to SF, plan to spend a day doing something like hiking the Marin Headlands. So much awesome natural beauty here to enjoy. Wine country is an hour away but save that for a trip without the kids.
  2. Good thing he wasn't eaten in the chaos! That Game 7 tailgate was certainly memorable.
  3. No one makes hiring decisions based on a thank you note (or lack thereof). Anyone who would is not someone you'd want to work for anyway. Many, many things can happen between a good interview and an offer (or not). -They might have found someone they liked better but are keeping you on the string until they close him. -They might have done a final 2019 budget review and realized they needed to shave a couple jobs out of the budget. -As they got closer to making an offer, they might have reviewed the role more closely and revised the job requirements. I've seen all those things happen many, many times. And sometimes everything is fine, and the key people just got distracted/delayed, or haven't been able to connect in person to make a final group decision. That happens a lot, especially at year end with lots going on both at work and at home. So hang tight and wait for them to make the next call. Showing eagerness is fine, but going overboard is not.
  4. That was ridiculous. Looked like Dean Smith's Four Corners.
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