Jeff worked a short day so I dropped him off and took the car for the day. I went down to Kealakekua Bay, at the Napo'opo'o Beach, and walked around a part of it:
Views around the bay.
Birdies w/ yellow beaks hanging out on the wall.
Lots of crabbies.
An interesting branch.
The Captain Cook Monument.
An insanely tall palm tree.
A sacred space, and a cool tree there.
One of the men working on making some type of boat.
Rocks that I thought where really cool.
Earth, Rocks & Ocean.
More trees and such.
A tree, unearthed. This spot had a very icky vibe.
The real "Littlest 'Opihi!" ... I have to buy that book...
At this portion of the Kealakekua Bay is the Puukohala Heiau. The Heaiu is roped off, so I couldn't walk around on it at all, but here are the pics:
The Heiau "front".
A close-up of the plaque.
The top of the Heiau (Panoramic composite).
At the Kealakekua Bay State Historic Park, on the grounds next to the Heiau:
The Captain Cook monument across the water.