Roy's Postcards: 1985/06/11


I am in Honolulu, again. Today is Kamehameha Day and many business & govt. offices are closed. I am giving all the specs for the HGEA system to John Rowlan & Paul Okuno and hopefully will not be required to come back for a while.

Postcard back:

The famous statue of king Kamehameha the Great, stands facing the Royal Palace. In the one hand he holds a spear representing unification, and he streches out the other in a gesture of aloha and welcome.

Leonard's comments:

I'm not falling for the old "spear of unification" trick again.

See also: hawaii

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