Ka'ena Point is the western tip of O'ahu. I've blogged about it here:
- Atop the point at this link.
- From the Wai'anae Coast at this link.
On Sunday, my family hiked along the North Shore towards Ka'ena Point. The dirt path is shared by hikers, cyclists, and fishermen in four wheel drive trucks. The parking area for the Ka'ena Point State Park is just past Dillingham Air Field. The airfield has served as a backdrop on Hawaii Five O. The Mokule'ia area served as a backdrop for Lost. Daniel Dae Kelly must know it well!
|Few tourists venture this far away from Honolulu.|
|Local keiki (children) respect the kai (ocean) -|
never turn your back on it.
|I don't know how they catch anything in those waves!|
On our way home, the murals at the Waialua Elementary School caught my attention.
|I believe this is the undersea volcano off the Big Island.|
I invite you to share a city/state/county park near you - what makes it unique? One randomly selected commenter from this week's blogs will win a book choice from my convention stash. This giveaway is open to all readers. Comments are open through Saturday, February 25, 10 pm in Hawaii. I'll post the winner on Sunday, February 26.
Kim in Hawaii