By Chuck Smythe
Last October in Hawaii, on the way to Hana, I visited the island of Maui’s Ke’anae Peninsula. [“Ke’anae” is Hawaiian for “the mullet,” a chiefly marine fish that is widely caught for food – according to hanamaui.com.]
My wife and I stopped for lunch in an unincorporated village of the same name as the peninsula. Besides being the closest thing to a town of the villages along the way to Hana, the village of Ke’anae claims some fame for its funky nineteenth century church built of lava blocks.
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My Canon photos of breaking waves were taken at high noon.
No water sports in that cove! A little rough, as you see.
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