At the bottom stands 'Tongaroe', head guy in the Cook Islands, also called "the Fishermen's Tiki."
He stands watch, looking out to sea, to insure a bountiful and festive Hukilau. Seated top, firmly grounded on his traditional roots, is 'Auinala moe looking over the innocent traveler in the Sea of Dreams. As the sculpt developed, a nai'a or 'porpoise' fin appeared in the head-dress of #146. It's a great omen! as it is always good to have a buddy with you while swimming in the see of dreams... it helps to keep the Mano hae away, or 'fierce shark'.