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Highway 550, Kanaloa Meadow, Koke'e Lodge
Hawaii

Driving through the beautiful forest that surrounds Highway 550 this meadow sort of jumps out at you. Sooooo green and peaceful, its hard to resist. The lodge looks dated and small but I've read some good things about it.

Copyright: Ronald Dean Larm
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Uploaded: 06/07/2011
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Tags: hawaii; kauai; highway 550; meadow; lodge; hiking; tourist; attraction
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