The meaning of the word huli is that your canoe turns over. This is a paddling term. There is an art to setting your canoe right again after a huli as quickly as possible, collecting the paddles, getting everyone back safely into the canoe and bailing the water out of the canoe. Huli practice is an essential part of learning how to paddle a canoe. This photo is of a huli practice taken at Kukui’ula Small Boat Harbor on Kauai, Hawaii.
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Boomer Tech Talk Managing Editor, Linda Sherman is passionate about senior health care and healthy longevity. Start-ups and board service in this field are of interest. Linda has a distinguished background of international subsidiary CEO/CMO experience. These include CEO Club Med Japan, Barilla Japan and CMO Wal-Mart Japan. After setting up Coors Japan, Linda devised and implemented an innovative guerrilla-marketing plan for ZIMA in Japan that produced a lasting, profitable success. Linda Sherman has been featured and quoted in Forbes, The New York Times, Christian Monitor and other leading publications. Connect with Linda on Twitter and Instagram @LindaSherman.
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