Roy's Postcards: 1985/11/29
Akaka Falls was extraordinary and beautiful. Awe-inspiring. Leonard, Frances and I hiked around in the State Park and had a
majestic marvelous view of this majestic waterfall.
AKAKA FALLS, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii. This 420foot drop in the Kolekole Stream is Hawaii's highest easily accessible waterfall, just north of Hilo.
Photo by Benoit Chalifour
There's a higher waterfall, but you probably wouldn't be able to access it.
I had to double-check to make sure that "Awe-inspiring." is its own, fragmentary sentence. I don't think I've ever seen my dad write a sentence fragment before.
See also: hawaii
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