Guest Commentary for Friday – February 10, 2006
If you frequent Koke’e and drive or hike by your favorite picturesque cabin, the sight of which warms your heart with its carefully tended lawn, quaint rustic architecture, cut-stone chimney, cold-weather flowers and trees, and ancient peacefulness, you better take
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