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Sunday, 29 June 2014

Onward and Upcountry, Maui - Page 3

Written by Lisa Richardson
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Thank you, Baldev, for your humanity to a stranger, for this book, your passion for your own home in Upcountry, and especially, for sharing your own written words.  I am moved.

 

Eight days following our return, the Sunday Travel Section in the LA Times featured sacred Upcountry.  In Maliko Gulch, a former garbage dump, ancient pictographs were identified on the cliffs. The current owners and a relative of Hawaiian royalty vow to revitalize, preserve and share the hidden beauty beneath the banyan. 

 

The old and the new have emerged in Upcountry, bound by a gratitude for unique history, people and environment.  I will return for more aloha. 

 

©Lisa Richardson

 

For more about Upcountry:

Grandma’s Coffee House: 18 Wahelani Street, Kula, HI 96790.  www.grandmascoffee.com

Surfing Goat Dairy: 3651 Omaopio Road, Kula, HI 96790.  www.surfinggoatdairy.com

Ocean Vodka: 4051 Omaopio Road, Kula, HI 96790. www.oceanvodka.com. The recipe for Ocean Pineapple Rose: http://oceanvodka.com/our-vodka/recipes/

Bacon, Karen. Tasting Paradise. Kula, HI: Coastal Impressions Press. second edition. 2000.

Bigley, Michele. “Sacred Hawaiian site is reborn in Maui’s Maliko Gulch” Los Angeles Times. 4/18/14.

Wood, Paul. Four Wheels Five Corners. Makawao, HI: Dead Reckoning Books, 1996.

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