WHILE IN OAHU SPREADING THE ASHES OF OUR DEPARTED, WE THOUGHT HOW APPROPRIATE IT WOULD BE TO START A CACHE IN HIS HONOR TO KEEP HIS MEMORY ALIVE. AS KIDS WE PLAYED ON THESE TRAILS.
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WHEN YOU DO LOCATE THE CACHE, TAKE THE TIME TO SIT AND READ WHAT IS WRITTEN IN THE CACHE.THE CACHE IS IN A WATERPROOF CONTAINER SO PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO CLOSE IT PROPERLY.AS IN ANY HAWAIIAN FOREST AREA, PLEASE PACK OUT YOUR TRASH.AND PICK UP ANY YOU FIND ON THE TRAIL.YOU WILL ENCOUNTER ANCIENT HAWAIIAN ROCK WALLS ON THE TRAIL. WE ASK THAT VISITORS DO NOT TOUCH OR TAMPER WITH THESE SACRED AREAS.IT IS BEST TO LOOK BUT "NO TOUCH" IN RESPECT TO OUR ANCESTORS.PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE OR TAKE ANYTHING MORE THAN YOU CAME WITH (EXCEPT GARBAGE AND MEMORIES).IF YOU GET "ONO BLOOD",MOSQUITO REPELLENT IS A GOOD IDEA. MAHALO AND ENJOY!
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Maunawili falls is a beautiful swimming hole and waterfall. It is 1.3 miles from the begining of the trail marker to the falls, but the cache is at the very start of the main trail.
Small note on cache maintenance: WCC Geocaching has graciously agreed to assist. Thanks!