Haleakala national parks

Haleakala national parks


We visited Haleakala national parks in the month of July. This time when we went to Haleakala national park, the roads were so cloudy we couldn’t see properly.

We drove to the visitor center, it was raining. The visitor center was closed (i always like to go to the visitor center and talk with them, buy stuff ). We decided we are not going to see the upper side of the park, or observatory.

Kids were so skeptical, I told my husband we have already been there before, now I don’t want to go to see its so cloudy. I was so scared.

Some other tourists were going there too, they encourage us, you drove this much, it’s a just little bit more and you can see the sunshine.

I thought how come, my husband told me the upper side of a mountain is too high and clouds are lower than that. He told me, do you know from last time we visited here, very small plants are the upper side of the park.

I told my husband, in very little voice,”ok”.

After few minutes of driving, the sun shows up.
Thanks to the fellow tourists:)

He start driving after few minutes, sun started to show up.:)

 

 

It’s the last phase of a three-year incremental plan to meet national standards for parks with similar visitor amenities.

via Fees to increase at Hawaii Volcanoes, Haleakala national parks starting June 1 — KHON2

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