‘Doorway to the Wailua forest lands’

  • Courtesy state Department of Land and Natural Resources

    A mural depicting the importance of land and water to the island done by Kapaa High School students adorns a wall of Keahua Bridge, also known as Wailua Loop Road Bridge, in Wailua Homesteads.

  • Courtesy state Department of Land and Natural Resources

    Ocean swirls get a touch-up by a Kapaa High School student on a mural that covers graffiti on the Keahua Bridge, also known as the Wailua Loop Road Bridge, in Wailua Homesteads.

  • Courtesy state Department of Land and Natural Resources

    A Kapaa High School student touches up a portion of a mural that covers graffiti on the Keahua Bridge, also known as the Wailua Loop Road Bridge, in Wailua Homesteads.

WAILUA HOMESTEADS — Until a week ago, the Keahua Bridge, better known as the Wailua Loop Road Bridge, had its concrete dividers and walk-way covered in graffiti.

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