Fun Things To See And Do In Hawaii

Waipi'o Valley - Birth place of King Kamehameha
Referred to as the "Valley of Kings" because it was once home to many
Hawaiian rulers. Six miles long with vertical walls extending up to 2,000
vertical feet tall and one mile wide where the river meets the ocean at a
black sand beach.
Hike, horseback, or drive down (25% grade) it is a breathtaking view all the way. Take my arm chair tour, click here

Rainbow Falls and Boiling Pots on Wailuku River
Defining the western border of downtown Hilo the 18 mile long Wailuku
River is the longest in Hawaii. Roaring water falls 80 feet into a 100 foot diameter pool. When the cascade hits the pool it sends up a mist throwing
up a prism of rainbows. Two miles upstream
is the Boiling Pots, the river
churns through a succession of "pots" resembling a steaming Jacuzzi.
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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - Kilauea Crater
The park encompasses diverse environments ranging from sea level to the
summit of earth's most massive volcano, Mauna Loa at 13,677 feet. Hike or
take guided tours.
For up to date information and directions to the park,
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Hawaiian Tropical Botanical Gardens
A spectactular garden on the ocean, acclaimed as one of the most beautiful
areas in all Hawaii. Nature trails wander through a true tropical rain forest
crossing bubbling streams, pass waterfalls and exciting ocean vistas.
With more than 2,000 species of plants you will be in awe of what you see.
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Fun Things To See And Do In The Tehachapi Area

Tehachapi Car Club Meets The Second Monday Of Each Month At Don Juan's
Restaurant South Street, Dinner 5:30-6:30 PM, Meeting From 6:30-8 PM.
Visitors Welcome.
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August 2011 - Thunder on the Mountain Car and Truck Show
Space limited to the first 300 registered entries, don't be left out!
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The Tehachapi Loop - Located 3 Miles East Of Keene, CA
The seventh wonder of the railroad world, 138 Years Old and Still Chugging!
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