Very nice photo. Like 2. Greetings from Vietnam.
Was there an old wind mill to the n n/w of this cabin? Was this near Rancho Rd. or OX Wells (Eagle Wells)? There should be petroglyphs on the hill to the east.
R. Sieben said: Wow! Your railway photos are very interesting. I didn't know Hawaii had railways. They appear to be narrow gauges. Is that correct? Bill Cook replies: Yes a three-footer. Maui had sugar cane hauling railroads. This was a tourist remnant, has ceased operating.
This is one of the outflow of Montizumas' Well. Each day over one million gallons of water flows into and out of the Well. This constant supply of warm, fresh water provides an aquatic habitat like no other in the world, and has served as an oasis for wildlife and humans for thousands of years.
Greetings from Brasil...
The couple who built this house travled around the US on their honeymoon in the 1930's, and collected the stones that make up the fireplace and chimney. The wife lived there until the 1980's by herself. She was from Scotland and even in her 80's still had long flaming red hair and her beautiful accent. She was very nice, and would invite me in when I came over from the Ruth to check on her. Thank you for taking the photo. Great memories.
what a sad moment when we lost him
he was really great
all the best and thanks for a new selfie
I always find these roadside shrines/memorials very touching and interesting. Thank you fit adding this to the Catholic U.S.A. group gallery!
Amazing place, very well captured, my friend!