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KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii (AP) — How President Barack Obama spent the third day of his holiday vacation in Hawaii on Monday:
— EXERCISE: Obama arrived at Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe Bay for a gym workout on a rainy morning. The island of Oahu was under a flood advisory, with heavy showers over the windward part of the island.
— HOMEBODY: The rain eased as Obama's motorcade left the base and returned to the family's rental home in Kailua. Despite light showers, a few people stood along the road and waved and took pictures of the passing motorcade. A hand-painted sign near the security checkpoint entrance in the neighborhood read "Aloha Obama Ohana," using the Hawaiian word for family.
— BOWLING: The motorcade returned Monday afternoon to Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, where Obama went bowling with friends Bobby Titcomb, Joe Paulsen, Greg Orme, Abigail Orme, Greg Heard and Pete Souza.
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