Thousands of weary Central American migrants in a caravan that has advanced 250 miles (410 kilometers) into Mexico but remains far from the U.S. border hope they won’t have to walk anymore, at least for a while.
If you use Ke Ala Hele Makalae, Kauai Path wants to hear from you.
I am an almost daily user of Ke Ala Hele Makalae. From this path, I’ve watched whales, admired sunsets and sunrises, walked dogs, and stopped to give directions. I’ve met great people, carried out good deeds, gave thanks for the trade winds, waved to lifeguards and enjoyed spectacular runs.
Nicola Gibbons, on her last day of a two-week vacation on Kauai, had to catch a plane at 4 p.m. Saturday. So she spent her final morning on the island the best way she could, to offer a little show of appreciation for what she called a magical time: cleaning up the beach at Lydgate Park as part of National Make a Difference Day.