300 fragrant Eucalyptus trees form a complete canopy over a one mile stretch of Maluhia Road, Kauai
Tags: Kauai, Travel, Tunnel of Trees
Beautiful! Hawaii has amazing trees~ I love the ones in Ala Moana Park in Honolulu!
Hawaii does have some pretty awesome trees. The Monkeypod Trees might be my favorite. If I’m not mistaken the ones in Ala Moana Park are big old Banyan Trees which are really cool too.
I love tree tunnels and they are disappearing. Thanks for sharing.
Nice! I really like this one
Brian and Shannon,
I love your site and would love to reconnect. Send me an email and I’ll send you my number. Its been ages! You look well and want to hear more of your adventures. Best, Debbie
I have been through there earlier this year. It is beautiful. I think about Kauai often and miss it terribly. Thanks for sharing!
I’ve nominated you for the ‘Very Inspiring Blogger award’
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Wonderful picture! Amazing how beautiful a road and a few trees can do 😀
We JUST left Kauai today! Sad to leave–went under the “tree tunnel” 8 times! Beautiful ,magical Island!!
Wow. Happy to provide this reminder for you.
The photo links me to a fairy tale 🙂
Tree tunnel aside the hills/mountains, together with light-rain in the sun and rainbow is one of the most pleasant things i’ve felt when staying inside the car.
Nice. Really, nice.
Tranquility and beautiful
Gorgeous! I always love tree tunnels! 🙂
Hi Brian & Shannon,
This photo, with the blend of nature and road brings to mind the balance of nature and man. With the fires raging at Yosemite, there would be difficult decisions to be made regarding the allocation of resources, both man and machine. What is the right balance, after protecting life, should authorities protect property, important to individuals, or the park, significant to a nation ? (and many of us elsewhere) In times gone by such a fire would have burnt to its natural conclusion. Perhaps we should allow the same. Although, as we will be spending four days at Yosemite in early October, self interest is swaying my wish to see it preserved 🙂
We’re making tracks for Yosemite later this year as well. Fingers crossed that they get this one under control for the sake of everyone and everything in its path.
Wow, really beautiful!
Thanks for letting me camp out in your blog for a little while today. I had a great time and tried to leave my campsite as good as when I arrived. I’ll be back!
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