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The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life

For Sunday, October 7, 2012


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Marcia and Michael Shiraki of Honolulu found the Royal Hawaiian Motel on Marathon island in the Florida Keys. They learned that this motel was the last remnant of the island's small community of former Hawaii residents that was formed more than 50 years ago.

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keola2011 wrote:
It looks dingy...who would stay in that?
on October 10,2012 | 07:10PM
mokebla wrote:
Me, it's better then some of the shacks we have back home. I know your standards are higher like in maka maka, so high :-O!
on October 11,2012 | 11:57AM
Rampratr wrote:
Ha! High maka maka!
on October 12,2012 | 06:15AM
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