Best Recycling Project :
Just ask anyone who has ever visited Maui and they will tell you why it is little wonder that Maui has been voted the “Best Island” by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler for seventeen years in a row. No one could argue that there are beautiful beaches and incredible natural scenery, but on my recent drive along HWY 36 – the famous Road to Hana, I think I have discovered a new category and reason why Maui is the best . The best on going recycling project.
The Road to Hana is a Fifty-two mile two lane road with over 200 hairpin turns crossing over more than fifty bridges – Removed from the rest of Maui but so worth the drive – I suggest you allow a full day to make this trip so you do not miss any of the special stops along the way such as a photo op at Ka’ohu Farms on Kaupakalua Road -one of Maui’s most famous landmarks . I have heard that images of this whimsical surfboard fence hang on the walls of art galleries and have been featured over the years on the pages of many magazines. He has also been featured in The Maui News , in an article by Lehia Apana Staff Writer , www.themauinews.com , I have posted this full article on my facebook page for your enjoyment.
Ka’ohu Farms is the passion of Haiku resident Donald “DJ” Dettloff , we all just get to enjoy the fruits of his labor.I am so glad he cared enough to give other peoples junk surfboards new life in such a unique way.
Do yourself a favor and get out and explore the islands you never know what you will find when you dare to get off the beaten path- if you need some assistance planning your trip – Just email me email@example.com and we will get started planning your unique trip to Maui . Read the full article on the Maui Surfboard Fence on my facebook page www.facebook.com/linda.dancer