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<p>“That that hill was strong! And I learned that that we have to clear the path for the loi to get water.”</p><p>Jeri Torres Kalahiki, Hilo</p>

“That that hill was strong! And I learned that that we have to clear the path for the loi to get water.”

Jeri Torres Kalahiki, Hilo

<p>“Sometimes you have to step out of your comfort zone and get down and dirty in the loi—and leave any negativity at the top of the valley.”</p><p>Michelle Fratinardo, Laupahoehoe</p>

“Sometimes you have to step out of your comfort zone and get down and dirty in the loi—and leave any negativity at the top of the valley.”

Michelle Fratinardo, Laupahoehoe

<p>“I learned a lot of things … I’m really new to all the kalo stuff, and when we were in the loi, it actually brought me closer to the people that work in there, and to my own ancestors. And it was fun.”</p><p>Randy Iona, Honokaa</p>

“I learned a lot of things … I’m really new to all the kalo stuff, and when we were in the loi, it actually brought me closer to the people that work in there, and to my own ancestors. And it was fun.”

Randy Iona, Honokaa

<p>“Ohana—even if you’re not blood-related, you can still be like family, living together and working together.”</p><p>Wyatt Madonna, Waimea</p>

“Ohana—even if you’re not blood-related, you can still be like family, living together and working together.”

Wyatt Madonna, Waimea

<p>“Teamwork. That when you work together you can accomplish anything. It makes everything easier.”</p><p>Zachariah Kaufmann, Waimea</p>

“Teamwork. That when you work together you can accomplish anything. It makes everything easier.”

Zachariah Kaufmann, Waimea

“That that hill was strong! And I learned that that we have to clear the path for the loi to get water.”

Jeri Torres Kalahiki, Hilo

“Sometimes you have to step out of your comfort zone and get down and dirty in the loi—and leave any negativity at the top of the valley.”

Michelle Fratinardo, Laupahoehoe

“I learned a lot of things … I’m really new to all the kalo stuff, and when we were in the loi, it actually brought me closer to the people that work in there, and to my own ancestors. And it was fun.”

Randy Iona, Honokaa

“Ohana—even if you’re not blood-related, you can still be like family, living together and working together.”

Wyatt Madonna, Waimea

“Teamwork. That when you work together you can accomplish anything. It makes everything easier.”

Zachariah Kaufmann, Waimea

By Catherine Tarleton