The swinging foot bridge across the Hanapepe River in the town of Hanapepe. Larry even walked out on the bridge after Bill promised not to make it swing. The view from the swinging bridge. Colorful flowers seen near the bridge.
What's left of an old Russian fort near Hanapepe. Interesting rock formations This shows the way to the National Bureau of Standards Time Station - WWVH, which we visited when we were here 25 years ago. - The two national time stations (the other one is in Colorado) are exceptions - to the rule that stations west of the Mississippi River start with K instead of W. Look closely on the horizon and you'll see Niihau, an island about 20 miles west of Kauai. Some beautiful bougainvillea seen along the highway.
Other colorful flowers... don't know what they are. The path through the sugarcane to a local swimming hole and waterfall. There were lots of lava rocks to walk over. The swimming hole and waterfall. The locals were jumping off the cliff - and then swimming over to the ladder you can see there, to climb back out.

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