What struck me about this "rock wall" was that they are the size of boulders! Not an easy feat to maneuver. So, lets call this the "boulder wall" instead.
These pictures are from my jaunt down "Pineapple Place." There is no street sign, yet, it's on my map. It borders the Moanalua Gardens and the Manaiki stream. I almost didn't walk it since there were "private property" and "no trespassing" signs everywhere. But, I found out that they allow pedestrians to walk through it. A bridge and a road takes you across the stream to Moanalua Gardens. It was very peaceful and the Hawaiian flora was everywhere.
I was hoping to accomplish a little more area, but, at 3.75 miles, I figured that that was far enough. I don't want to push it and injure myself. That would really set me back if that happened.
This Hibiscus variety, I was told is called, "Hawaiian Flag." It was very popular and considered patriotic to have in the Monarchy era. But, once the Monarchy was overthrown, if you had this in your yard, you were considered a "Loyalist," and that was not a good thing at that time. Slowly, it's becoming popular again, although this is the first one I have seen so far.
I just loved this guy's yard! All I can say is that it makes me joyful when I look at it. Not a very astute observation, it just makes me smile! E malama pono! (Take good care!)