What’s with all the Chickens on Maui?

by Dr. Jim Carey If Disney did chickens, they’d be Maui chickens. Arrogant, independent, decidedly territorial, and, OK, cocky, Maui’s 20,000 or so chickens – I can’t imagine who’s counting – Maui’s chickens rank right up there with snorkeling trips and luaus as tourist magnets, and are the scourge of locals wanting to sleep in. […]

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Get updates, news and photos of Maui delivered to your inbox.     Click here for the Newsletter Archives Photo: Wai’opae Gulch, East Maui

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Maui on Lockdown

Since I only live 1/2 a block from the beach, I did the allowed thing today - I left the house for exercise, and walked the beach. OMG! I was ALL ALONE! This has NEVER happened before! A mile of beach, north and south of where I was in the photos - all to myself! [...]
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Lucky Lindy’s Life on Maui

Other pilots had crossed the Atlantic already, but in 1927 Charles Lindbergh made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean. His flight made him famous and loved in American and Europe, but it was in the middle of the Pacific where he found his home. After his historic flight and the tragic kidnapping [...]
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