Roy's Postcards: 1985/11/28


Leonard Frances and I went to Waimea Falls Park and saw the divers dive of[f] the cliffs around the Falls

Postcard back:


Waimea Falls, 55 feet high, drops amid the lush foliage of the valley of the same name that in Captain Cook's time was the home of thousands of Hawaiians. Later, disease and a ravaging flood killed off much of the population. Currently the falls is the focus of a park also having an arboretum and botanical gardens.

See also: hawaii

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