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Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Hawaii on 01/23/2007 15:18:47 MST Print View

Here's what you can expect Tim on Kauai, Aloha

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 15:22:46 MST Print View

Western end of Kauai can look like this:Western End of Kauai

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 15:37:38 MST Print View

typical beach, rocks, uh yeah!

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 15:43:06 MST Print View

Hiking can be pretty dense on these trails

Douglas Frick
(Otter) - MLife

Locale: Wyoming
Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 15:47:43 MST Print View

Stop that! You're making me homesick. Fortunately I have tickets for April...

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 15:50:46 MST Print View

it can be foogy up in the rainforest

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 15:52:11 MST Print View

Douglas tell me the flight you'll be on and I'll book the seat next to you! I'm homesick for O'Hana too, Mahalo

More to come!

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 15:54:45 MST Print View

View from my old backyard

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 15:57:14 MST Print View

The photo above showes you just how 'knife ridge' the mountain terrain of Hawaii is, and it's composed of some of the most aggressive shoe eating rock you'll ever encounter....LAVA rock!

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:01:18 MST Print View

Oh the beauty of the Grand Canyon of the Pacific!

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:07:12 MST Print View

Along the Na Pali Trail

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:09:49 MST Print View

I used to sit here, above photo, and watch whales in the ocean below, sometimes for hours.

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:15:17 MST Print View

the NaPali Trail in one place

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:20:44 MST Print View

ubiquitous signs posted about the local fauna

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:23:42 MST Print View

Odd thing Tim/Joeseph is that you guys could potentially take very similiar photos from the same old picture taking spots! More than once I've looked at friends photos in/of Hawaii, and could tell THEM where THEY took the photo....Yes, the Islands can have that predictable 'look' in your photos if you don't take some out of the ordinary.

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:33:57 MST Print View

beach for walking

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:35:44 MST Print View

The above photo is of a secret place I used to go and camp at; and yes, that is a freshwater stream flowing right onto the beach!

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:40:39 MST Print View

another day at the beach

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:45:11 MST Print View

sign at trailhead

Gene .
(Tracker)

Locale: New England
Re: Re: Re: Hawaii on 01/23/2007 16:48:22 MST Print View

signsThis sign is NOT a joke; sadly many tourists mistake it for one and end up becoming a hash mark in the history of this beach. Take all beach warnings seriously! If no one is in the water in a particular area, it may not be because they don't feel like swimming! Unseen currents kill more people than most anything else in Hawaii!

Edited by Tracker on 01/23/2007 19:27:42 MST.