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Richard - growing up in Keaukaha side, my close friend and neighbor I went exploring in the dense bushes mauka side of Kalanianaole Ave., we came across a cave...entered and found a canoe and calabashes, poi pounders and other artifacts of which I can't recall...we brought a bowl home....her father and my father screamed at us and told us to take it back IMMEDIATELY!!! It was near dusk - but they didn't care nor did they want to accompany us back to the cave -they gave us flashlights and told us to hurry. We did....I think I can find the cave again - we were like 9 or 10 years old. A LONG time ago! We learned our lesson for sure - I have hopes that no one else found that cave and that all that were inside are still all there, undisturbed. xoxoxo penny

Aloha my friend;
I have that same feeling now that I'm much older. As I look back, there was no indication that any modern day humans had been there before us. There were no trails leading up to. no cane knife cuts on trees or shrubs. But, there was an ancient rock walkway that circled down and to the entrance. I bet there was a place outside where someone could watch people approaching. There is a good chance that no one has been there since. You and I have exactly the same sense of things. Aloha

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