Caltech pranks are legacy. I wasn't there, but the result was prominent enough to get documented in one of the Legends of Caltech books.
Thanks. It took a while to find it on the map.
I lived in this house from 1979-1983. One of the best times of my life! Other photos would be appreciated as well...
:))) good desing
This is actually the Honokane Nui valley which is just south of the Pololu valley. Waimanu is the valley just north of the Waipio on the opposite side of this series of valleys.
as you can tell iv'e spent considerable time on this island. the variation of plant and animail live is best seen on molokai.many medical plants are still known to the natives. this is one although i have forgotten,having had a stroke recently. could be noni powerfull and only administerd by a kahuna..
koa carvers considering your not to take any rocks from the island this is a safe investment,not nly for your self but for the carver, who has created this from his heart the verb..aloha..
the native women usedto and sometimes to this day sleep under this rock and pray for childrenif they bring their boyfreinds, its a given...