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By: clearlakemike , 1:31 AM GMT on January 14, 2015
SPECIAL TOURIST/VISITOR ALERT
THERE HAS BEEN A HUGE INCREASE IN AGGRESSIVE DRIVING ON HIGHWAY 11 IN SOUTH KONA AND KA'U NOW RESULTING IN A FATALITY RECENTLY. I call this highway the "Ho Chi Minh Trail" as one never knows if one will get home alive after driving on it.
Be very alert to oncoming traffic and aggressive vehicle passing on this road. This road is DANGEROUS: very curvy, badly paved and no guard rails, especially treacherous when raining or wet. There are also a lot of drunk drivers on this road especially at night. Unfortunately, it is the only direct road to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park from the resorts in Kauila-Kona and Kohala. Once pass the South Kona District is the only road in and out.
1 dead, 2 injured in head-on crash in South Kona
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Many WU members have expressed their love for their corner of the world. My home, Northern California, is my paradise.
Northern California is rich in geographic, geological, climate and human diversity. Since prehistoric times, the Gold Rush era in the 19th century to the present, people from all over the world have migrated to Northern California in search of a dream for a better life. From the mild mediterranean coast to the alpine mountains there is an array of natural and manmade wonders (all accessible within a four hour drive on one of the planet's most advanced highway systems.) Brilliant, abundant sunshine illuminates the way for most of the year across multiple microclimates.
Visionaries from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries have preserved vast areas of old growth redwoods (that were seedlings around the time of Christ,) coastlines, undeveloped hillsides and countryside. Other visionaries have and continue to work for equal rights and respect for all of Northern California's people.
Thank you for sharing your neighborhoods and welcome to mine!
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