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... so it was cool. Many parts of the beginning of the trail was overgrown with wild blackberries with thorns (ouch) and another tall-growing grass, so when you go through it, your pants would get wet by the condensation and you had to watch out for the prickles from the branches that reach over the trail from the blackberries.
The forest seemed pretty dry aside from the wet grasses. There were moments of steepness with fine dirt that made slipping a possibility. ...
... comfortable until Seattle had the ball 2nd down on the one yard line and we knew there was no way they could keep the Beast out of the end zone. It never for an instant occurred to us that they would not have to. Defeat snatched from the jaws of a second straight Super Bowl victory. But the food was good, the local beer excellent and it was another warm sunny day in paradise. We ended with another long walk at sunset back in Poipu.
... for a walk on the beach.
The water is so rough on this side, but it makes for spectacular scenery. We walk quite a long way and back again.
We make a nice salad with lots of fresh ingredients and eat out on the lanai listening to the surf and the birds.
Heading to bed early because we have a big day planned for tomorrow and have to get an early start. Until ...
... guy told them to wear long pants and bring a jacket, and I was mumbling because of the heat and the slimy lava!....That wasn't the end of it...We go to the Cloud Forest....(called that because of the rain fall totals of 75 to 100 inches of rain a year...over 100 and it's a rain forest) and now we walk on an uphill path cover in roots that stick up over 3-4 inches and slimy moss. I am so ******, and by the way walking ahead of everyone including the guide mumbling some more about NOT ...
... of rain the week before. When the island gets heavy rain, waterfalls that aren't normally present sprout up from high in the mountains. Even Captain Kelly (our guide) was commenting as to how many waterfalls there were. She hadn't seen many of them before. What a treat!
The entire Napali Coast trip was a treat, but one of the neatest parts was when we passed a waterfall that gained notoriety from a well-known scene in the movie King Kong that ...
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