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The Ohana Adventure: Family vloggers doing good in the world

The Ohana Adventure believes in family. After all, they are a family of 8 that believes in doing things that bring them together. Check out their videos!
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The Ohana Adventure believes in family. After all, they are a (sometimes crazy) family of 8 that believes in doing things that bring them together.

They believe in doing hard things, going on spontaneous adventures, laughing together, & trying new things!

The family consists of:

  • Jase: Entrepreneur, Lego master, loves to skate, snowboard & surf

  • Rach: Mom, vlogger, creator, party planner & costume maker

  • Klai: The singer, dancer, planner, shopper & friend

  • Rykel: Cello player, individual, creative & wants to be a vet

  • Shae: Lives for soccer, drumming, surfing and Legos

  • Wyatt: Active, loves wrestling, Legos and swimming

  • Evee: Sweet, kind, loves singing, coloring, & dancing

  • Cora: Spunky, sweet, loves mermaids, princesses & friends

Want to follow them and see their adventures?

YouTube:Β https://www.youtube.com/theohanaadventure

Instagram: @theohanaadventure

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theohanaadventure/

Twitter: @ohanaadventure

 

Want to watch some of their videos? Take a look below!

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFoRmWaQIT4

 

 

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