We had to get to this fall. It was too much to pass up.
Hanalei...what a trooper. She has been on some amazing hikes for a three-month-old.
We found a tree with a fruit that looked like a bread fruit. I think it might be a Jack Fruit. It was growing from the trunk of the tree and not the branch...strange.
It got pretty thick in here with beautiful plants.
We also found a guava that Mike and Kendra both enjoyed.
Something about barbed wire fences that gets Rusty all fired up.
This is where we had to say good bye to Hanalei. No, we didn't leave her by her self. Kendra volunteered to stay with our sleeping baby. I think Kendra and Hanalei were glad they didn't have to swim through the cold, deep river water.
Off we went on the trail that crossed the river too many times to count. On our way we spotted this gem. A place to....
Jump of course! Rusty tried a gainer first but found it wasn't high enough to get that rotation.
Mike decided to save face and jump in feet first.
This jump may not seem that exciting, it wasn't much when compared to other cliffs we've jumped. But the view, hands down the best.
We went through some bamboo forests.
And before long we had made it to one of the tallest falls i've ever seen.
What a fabulous day! Thanks Kendra for watching Hanalei.