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HAWAII - Ha’ikū Stairs

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   "Haiku" does not refer to the Japanese poetry genre: The area is named "HA'IKÜ" after the Kahili flower.
Beginning in 1942, contractors for the United States Navy began construction of the HAʻIKŪ Radio Station, a top secret facility that was to be used to transmit radio signals to the Navy ships that were then operating throughout the Pacific.
   The HAʻIKŪ STAIRS, also known as the Stairway to Heaven or HAʻIKŪ LADDER, is a steep hiking trail on the island of OʻAHU, HAWAII up to the HAʻIKŪ Radio Station. The total 3,922 steps span along OAHU'S KO'OLAU mountain range.
   In August 2012, Don Tiki show singer and comedian FRITZ  HASENPUSCH died of a heart attack during his HAIKU STAIR climb (i.s.).


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