Return to Koloa

While on the island of Kauai, I made a return trip to Koloa, a small community on the south shore. The Old Sugar Mill of Koloa was the first major sugarcane plantation in Hawaii in 1835.

This has to be the most charming Salvation Army I’ve seen. It’s still functioning from what I gathered on the Internet.

You can see more photos of Koloa here. Can’t believe it’s been seven years!

Great weekend, everyone….
{carole}

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Photography. With a little life thrown in.
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5 Responses to Return to Koloa

  1. Susan says:

    Thanks for sharing these pics-I’m loving those roosters!

  2. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    THE MILL OF GOD’S LOVE—VIA THE SALVATION ARMY—STILL PUTS HUMAN BEINGS UP AND INTO THE LIGHT! ANY MILL TRAINS LEFT TO SEE?

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