Various Methods of Transportation in Laie

Rollerblading is a fast way to get around.

Every once in a while we have a trolley come to town.
Tourist Helicoptors and Military Recruiting Helicopters
often fly through our skies.

Bikes are very common

High School Limos in front of the Temple. Okay, so this only happens the last Friday in March, but'
it's still fun. For more pictures of Kahuku Prom go here.

HRI Truck

Polynesian Cultural Center Tour Bus

These motorized scooters are very popular among
a few lucky boys.

I know this is a little unusual, a BOAT, going down the road.
It's the Iosepa, a Hawaiian Sailing Vessel that was made at
BYUH. Go here for more info.

We have our normal school busses that come every morning
and evening. Here we have six school busses ready to 
take the kids to a Stake Youth Conference Service Project.

PCC Cart in the Laie Days Parade.
The carts are just normal transportation while working.

Handy use of a skateboard. The kids loved it.

Okay, it wasn't used normally, but it was during a parade.
I still think it's a cool looking train.

Halloween Flood 2005, Kids getting to school

March 2, 2006 Flood

March 2, 2006 - Boggieboarder pulled by scooter.

Row, row, row your boat in the Townhouse Muddle.
That's Hollie's word for puddle. I think it really fits
for here, because the water is muddy.