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Ina Hinklemann, editor, Lea Ka'ai, editor

   

Outdoor Lifestyles

When I was just 18 years of age, a friend of mine invited me to accompany him hiking. Young and full of vigor, I decided to join him on what I thought would be a little walk in the woods. Little did I know at the time that we were about to hike the highest mountain in the Continental United States.

   

Diamond Head: The classic hike

Despite the beauty and splendor of this geological masterpiece, what makes people want to come from around the world to ascend the overcrowded, short hike to the top of the crater that is Diamond Head?

 

Skydiving the thrill of a lifetime . . .(. . .if you survive it) HPU's Lea Ka'ai finds the courage to dare the deeps of distant skies

Skydiving is not for the faint hearted. In January my cousin, sister and I took the plunge from 8,000 feet. Out of a perfectly good airplane, we jumped into thin air.

 

 

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