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.

Postcard back:

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

Leonard's comments:

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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