<br Intermittent rain showers along the Big Island coast today. Parking lots practically empty at the Hilo Beach Parks. A moment of stillness recorded.
Today the rain pelted the Kalopa State Park forest. Photos taken on the Robusta and Perimeter trails. Slip-slidin’ away over downed branches and fern fronds. An enlivening and invigorating experience. Plants happy.
Follow the Trailblazer Travel Book way. Key to fun and discovery on all the island: Kauai, Maui, Oahu, Hawaii the Big Island, Lanai and Molokai. Aloha!
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