Bill is watching a visitor.

We found these wild chickens and roosters at a view point.  They can be seen all - over Kauai. They got blown from their coops in a hurricane and have been surviving - in the wild since then. Some of the roosters we saw had really beautiful colors. A view point, on the north side of the island, - overlooking taro fields with beautiful mountains in the distance. Bill and our Pontiac Grand Prix rental car Crossing a one lane bridge Near Haena State Park cars have to ford a stream flowing across the road.
We checked out Waikanaloa Cave across the road from the park. We had lunch at the park and Bill shared some of his nuts with some - feathered friends. He had to break them up before they could eat them. He used the bottom of his Coke bottle as a nut crusher. We're going to drive out to that lighthouse next.
This is the lighthouse that you saw before from a distance. The ocean was a beautiful turquoise. Some of the coastal mountains as seen from the road. March 31 - The next morning we notice these interesting cloud formations.

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