"Walking Among Ancients"

The last living wiliwili trees on the Big Island are gorgeous dinosaurs. What accounts for their survival in a desiccated landscape? Self-proclaimed wanderer Hai On wants to know. I wrote this at about the time (2013) that I was given the Travel Writer of the Year Award from the Hawai‘i Ecotourism Association.

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