Its a long way down! With Camp Smith to the left and Halawa Heights residents to the right, this can be a busy place! By the way, the city bus comes up here and reverses on a side road to go back down, and here I am standing in the middle of the road taking pictures! Lucky for me, no buses or cars bothered me while taking the shots. Of course, I was wearing my bright, yellow, construction worker T-shirt to be safe!
All that is left of Halawa Heights is Camp Smith, a Marine military base. I guess that I have to do it, but I'm not going to walk around parking lots! 2.68 miles completed the day, and I must admit that I have NEVER been to the top over here before.
And I thought that I had a BIG MOUTH! HaHa! A big-mouthed bass welcomes all mail in this fun looking mailbox. I didn't know that they had albino bass!
Hmmm! I'm thinking "Ostrich!" What do you think? The bare-bone materials of this art still effectively depicted what it is.
Making their nest in a plastic container, the rooster and the hen got scared and jumped out of the bin when I came closer. As I walked up to the container to take a picture, the mama hen came back and was making quite a racket to try to scare me away from her chicks.
???? How did this vehicle get here? The chain cordons off this area and there is a HUGE lock on the end. There is no street leading to this area, at least not what I can see. I checked the other side and saw no access way to here. A conundrum!
Kinda sneaky looking, yeah? Peeking around a tall fir tree, its an original lawn ornament, and I think I know why! A little scary looking too! Anyway, I hope nothing sneaks up on you today! A Hui Hou! (Until we meet again!)