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<b>Down South, Out West</b><br><i>Sir Bob Harvey’s son Fraser walks New Zealand’s Karekare<br>Photo by Dana Edmunds</i>
Vol. 17, no. 5
October/November 2014

 


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Down South, Out West
Sir Bob Harvey’s son Fraser walks New Zealand’s Karekare
Photo by Dana Edmunds

Hana Hou!
Vol. 17, no. 5
October/November 2014

Native Intelligence

The Music Man
Lemons to Lemonade
The Sound of Slowing Down
Extremely Cheap and Incredibly Close
Writing from the Margins
Hawai‘i’s Snake
The Sweet Side of the Moon
Paddle Enabled

Features

Hokkaido in Bloom
On the flowery road to Japan’s far north

Form & Function
Nowhere are the two more groovily joined than in the surfboard skeg

City of the Southern Cross
Aotearoa is rising, and Auckland is its guiding star

Departments

Hanai Hives
A star chef, an apiarist and a couple million adopted bees
Raising Moku‘ula
Reclaiming Maui’s most significant archeological site
Desert Wreaths
Making lei from Waikoloa’s rarest native flowers
The Daguerrians
Who took the earliest images in the Hawaiian Islands?
Casting the Net
How Hawaiian Airlines went from interisland to international
World of Oarcraft
The remarkable paddles of Tom Thelen
Kingdom of the Ants
Think this is your habitat? Think again.
All the Queen's Keiki
The Queen Lili‘uokalani Children’s Center is a gift to Hawai‘i’s children in need

Pau Hana

The Boardriders of Belle-Île

 

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