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Sunset atop Haleakala

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I love watching sunset, watching the colors change. But there’s nothing quite like watching it at the beach. Except perhaps from atop the highest mountain. Yesterday we dropped our turkeys off at an upcountry imu (here’s a link to last year’s imu roast for lots more info!) and then continued[…]

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Free Admission to Haleakala National Park

Haleakala National Park

Haleakala National Park is gearing up to celebrate its 100th anniversary this summer. That’s right! This national park pre-dates Hawaii even being a state (1959). This week is National Park Week and in celebration of that, there is free admission to Haleakala National Park from April 16-24, 2016. Have you[…]

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Haleakala News

One of my favorite Maui adventures is to drive up our dormant volcano and admire the view from up top. As an added bonus, I love cooling off up there – at 10,000 ft elevation you may want something warmer than shorts, t-shirt and slippahs. Unless you are a die-hard[…]

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Free admission to Haleakala National Park!

It’s the kick-off to National Park Week! Enjoy free admission to Haleakala National Park today and tomorrow (April 18&19)! Regular admission is $10/car. What to do on Haleakala? Well, you can drive right up to the summit, park and enjoy the view. Go for a hike, check out the visitor[…]

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Free admission to Haleakala National Park this weekend

Headed up our 10,023 ft volcano Haleakala to see sunrise or sunset, daytime or stargaze? Hike into the crater, hike forest paths, horse-back ride, admire the beauty… This is your weekend! Monday is President’s Day and in honor of that, there is free admission to this national park from Saturday[…]

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Stargazing up high on Haleakala!

Have you checked out Maui’s volcano, Haleakala? Just looking at it from the base it doesn’t look so impressive. But its gentle slopes rise to 10,023 feet above sea level (approx. 30,000 feet from its base on the ocean floor). The crater valley at the top is impressive to look[…]

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Life without tourists

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Another month of our new ‘life without tourists’ has come and gone. Here we are a week into June. It has been 2 1/2 months since most our guests left for the mainland. Our last guests extended their stay a little and left early April. Surreal. Hawaii State has thankfully[…]

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Maui author Toby Neal

Toby Neal

This past weekend my favorite local author Toby Neal held a book signing at Barnes and Noble in Kahului. Naturally I had to go. I came across Toby Neal’s mystery romance novels a few years ago at the Kihei public library. I have loved reading these mysteries, set in the[…]

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