Kohaha Na Manua i Moku o Keawe. The mountains of Kohala on the Big Island of Hawai’i. Located on the north eastern side of the Island of Hawai’i, it is also the oldest part of the youngest island in the chain of Hawaiian islands. The island of Hawai’i is still growing in the Volcano and Puna districts. Acres of new land is created daily by the lava flows form Kilauea.
Kohala cinder cones are brushed by the low clouds creating ghostly effects.
Some of the best farmlands are found here. Large ranches with cattle grazing on lush grasslands. Parker Ranch is the largest and oldest ranch that spans several islands. The annual rodeos are fun events.
It’s quiet and peaceful here in Paniolo (Cowboy) country
What’s For Dinner?
Grass Fed Beef Salad – All Local Ingredients