Haleiwa town was deserted of tourists as mostly cars were seen driving through Kamehameha Highway without many people walking along side of the road on Saturday. Usually this stretch of the road is loaded with tourists, especially on a Saturday under sunny skies.
No one was around the Matsumoto Shave Ice store on Saturday.
A skateboarder was the only person seen on the streets of Haleiwa on Saturday afternoon.
These coconut trees were reflected in a pool of standing water after the rains the previous night.
A stand-up paddler is seen paddling in the brown, murky water up the Anahulu Stream.
Only the no swimming signs could be seen at Haleiwa Alii Beach Park. There were only a few people there.
Reta Brown and Caroline Langley enjoy the sunset near Haleiwa Beach Park. They said they've been keeping isolated at home except for buying groceries and needed to get out this time for their mental health.
Homeless people walked past theclosed doors of shops by Haleiwa Beach Park.
Only three food trucks were operating on Saturday. The parking lot was empty except for the chickens. Rita Ford, who is helping her son Zane in Zane's Simply Shrimp food truck, said they would have had 60 customers by mid-afternoon while they only had four today.
Covered trash containers were seen in front of Matsumoto Shave Ice across from the Liliuokalani Protestant Church on Kamehameha Highway.