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Kaneohe from Nuuanu Pali

Kualoa Ridge from Nuuanu Pali

Kualoa Ridge from Nuuanu Pali

[grid_one_third_first title=”Mt. Shukstan” img=”http://www.kumuwaiwai.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Washington-Trip-Part-2-099.jpg” size=”large”]North Cascades, Washington[/grid_one_third_first][grid_one_third title=”Rock Creek Beach” img=”http://www.kumuwaiwai.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/untitled-event-17.jpg” size=”large”]Olypic National Park, Washington[/grid_one_third][grid_one_third_last title=”Pali, Cliffs of Windward Oahu” img=”http://www.kumuwaiwai.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/DSC_0082.jpg” size=”large”]Viewed from Nuuanu Pali State Park[/grid_one_third_last][grid_one_third_first title=”Hawaiian Stilt” img=”http://www.kumuwaiwai.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Stilt_00141.jpg” size=”large”]Hamakua wetlands[/grid_one_third_first][grid_one_third title=”Yellow Ginger” img=”http://www.kumuwaiwai.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/DSC_0081.jpg” size=”large”][/grid_one_third][grid_one_third_last title=”Kaneohe” img=”http://www.kumuwaiwai.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/DSC_0065.jpg” size=”large”][/grid_one_third_last][grid_one_third_first title=”Kita” img=”http://www.kumuwaiwai.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/DSC_0064.jpg” size=”large”][/grid_one_third_first][grid_one_third title=”Nancy” img=”http://www.kumuwaiwai.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/DSC_0055.jpg” size=”large”][/grid_one_third][grid_one_third_last title=”John and Kita” img=”http://www.kumuwaiwai.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/DSC_0016.jpg” size=”large”][/grid_one_third_last]Photos taken from Nuuanu Pali State Park.   This is a popular overlook of Windward Oahu.  The old Pali Highway followed the original trans-Oahu foot path from the South Side of the Island to the North.  Improved to a horse path and eventually a single lane track that could be traversed by cars.  In the mid 1950’s a modern four lane highway was tunneled through the mountain.

The pali (cliffs) are the result of massive land slides when half the island slid into the sea.  Kaneohe and Kailua are located in the caldera of the original 10,000 foot high island.

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Nancy

Nancy

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