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Little steps

You are never too young or too old to take little steps on the trail. People of all ages including preschoolers hike the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail… 143 more words

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Footprints on the trail

Walking or canoes were at one time the norm for travel in Hawaii before other modes of transportation were introduced. Land and ocean trails were familiar to everyone and were frequently used even when natural phenomenon might slow travel down. 160 more words

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Signs, signs everywhere!

In this world, there are signs everywhere you turn. Directional signs, street signs, area signs, stop signs and more. A version of “signage” in the ancient days for Hawaiians were the natural formations found on the land and in the sea. 166 more words

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First sail of Na Pe`a

The Na Pe`a traditional canoe sailing program, under the Nakoa Foundation and Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail, took their first distance journey. After a cleanup service project in the morning at Keauhou Bay, three canoes set sail escorted by their mama ship, Kinikini. 55 more words

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Flags of Aloha and Peace

The annual Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park Ohana Day occurred on Saturday February 22. In recognition of the blue ocean trails of Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail, participants were invited by trail staff to make “peace” flags. 109 more words

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