We kind of went picture crazy in Hawaii, but I promise this is the last of them.
These first ones are from Waimea Canyon. It's been called the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific". It was a long, winding road to get there but totally worth it. We made two stops, one is just the canyon side and the other is at the very top where you can see the canyon run into the ocean. Very cool!
Another day we went to Secret Beach. We had to hike down the side of a hill to get to it but it was awesome and hardly anyone else was there.
Here is a tribute to our golden Mustang convertible. Erik it really missing this car.
We also went to an awesome rope swing that went into a beautiful, natural pool. Here's Erik, striking a pose.
We also discovered the most delicious hot dogs in the world. They were SO good. They were completely surrounded by bun on all sides, so they just slip the dog down in through a hole in the top. Then they add their secret sauce, Hawaiian mustard and relish made from different tropical fruits. I have no idea what was in any of these sauces, but WOW! They were amazing.
The last day we rented scooters and drove all over Princeville. Not having much scooter experience, I was a little nervous but got the hang of it real quick. It was a blast.
And last, but not least, a tribute to the wild chickens that are EVERYWHERE on the island. The provided some good entertainment. I'm pretty sure this guy has got to be the oldest rooster on the island.
Sorry for the picture overload, we probably won't go on another trip this cool for many years to come.