Hiking Again

I finally have pictures of beautiful scenery to post! Woo hoo! I’ve been busy with school preparations (and sick) for the last few of weeks, so I haven’t taken any time to do some sort of nature thing. But finally yesterday, I went on a hike.

I went to the Kings Highway trail, also called Hoapili trail. It’s way south of Kihei, at the end of the road. In 2013, I went there many times. It was fun to go back.

There were of course beautiful views of the ocean:

It was so blue.

It was so blue.

I went farther than I ever did before, and was rewarded by some cool sights. The end point of the trail is a beach that the lava missed. It’s mostly white coral. It was cool:

The beach had many piles of stones on it. Some of them were artsy looking. One in particular looked like an unfinished igloo.

There was a black pillow inside to lay your head on.  I didn't try it.

There was a black pillow inside to lay your head on. I didn’t try it.

The stone igloo also had a “campfire” with red coral for the flames:

A little farther on was a view of Haleakala, and the trail the lava took as it ran down the mountain. It was really cool.

It looks like liquid, but it's really stone.

It looks like liquid, but it’s really stone.

I think I was only hiking for two or three hours, but when I got home, I fell sound asleep. It was a nice, exhausted sleep. I think I will hike some more in the future.

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4 Responses to Hiking Again

  1. Deborah says:

    Very nice! I’m glad you were able to do that.

  2. Lauren says:

    Ahhhh…. soul restoring…..

    I like those rock piles very much. If I ever visit you, we’ll have to make a rock design. 🙂

  3. Carol says:

    Thank you for sharing a travelogue of sorts of your hike. Now I feel I’ve been without expending any sweat equity 😉 . Lovely scenery – another reason to praise God daily for the marvels of creation, eh? Enjoy!

  4. Debbie Fettig says:

    OH my goodness, I just have no words. Just a gasp.

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