Honaunau-Napoopoo, Big Island, Hawaii: Hawaiian Shoe Tree: Flip Flops

The Hawaiian version of the mainland Shoe Tree is a telephone pole covered with colorful flip flops.

Hwy 11, Honaunau-Napoopoo, Big Island, HI
On the northbound side of Hwy 11, between mileposts 104 and 105, at its intersection with Telephone Exchange Rd.
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Flip Flop Tree.

Hawaiian Shoe Tree: Flip Flops

It's a telephone pole adorned with flips flops of all colors and sizes.

[Shelly Halverson, 03/12/2018]

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