Aloha Hawaii, mamas!
We are from the Big Island, but a friend is trying to get my husband a position that just opened up out at Schofield Barracks. I have never been to O'ahu because of a fear of flying, so I don't know anything about the area.
If you worked at Schofield, where would be the ideal place to live, do you think? I'd like to live not too far from nice keiki-friendly beaches, but I also need a natural food store somewhere nearby.
My main need is a breeze. I HATE HATE HATE air conditioners and prefer to keep the windows open with a nice breeze going. Is North Shore too hot? Is it too far? Also, I hear the yards in some places are tiny. We have two dogs who love to run (greyhound) and a toddler who likes to play outside, so I want someplace where I'll at least be able to rent a house with a yard.
Ideas? Thanks so much for the help!
Mama to a bright 7 y/o girl
and an exuberant 3 y/o boy
Loving unschooling, 2x
and natural living in Hawaii.