Saturday through Monday are the 'ole nights and days of the Hawaiian Moon Calendar. As is our practice we rest ... new posts start up on Tuesday. A hui hou.
'Ole Ku Kahi, 'Ole Ku Lua
(Twenty-first to twenty-third nights)
First, second and last `Ole nights. This is a time that is not recommended for planting or fishing. It is windy and tides will run high. Farmers use this time for weeding. `Ole pau and Kaloa kukahi are the kapu periods of the akua Kanaloa and Kaloa and offering are made with pule(prayer).
Link to the Hawaiian Moon Calendar to learn more.