President Obama today hiked for just under an hour with his family and then got down to the day’s principal activity, golf.
The Manoa Falls Trail is in a forest reserve on Oahu, just northwest of Honolulu. The trail is described as an easy hike that leads to this:
At 12:32 p.m. local, in a light drizzle, Obama arrived at Ko’olau Golf Club.
That looks like this:
Playing with Obama today are Hawaii friends Mike Ramos and Bobby Titcomb, White House aide and golfing buddy Marvin Nicholson, Chicago pal Eric Whitaker, and White House culinary guru and Obama friend Sam Kass.
For those keeping count, like me, it’s Obamas fourth round in Hawaii, his 44th of the year, and the 155th of his presidency.
UPDATE: Golf ended after six hours of play.