"Here nature has wrought with bold hands and on a large scale, gouging profound valleys out of massive mountains, scoring them deep with gorges and buttressing them thick with ridges, and then throwing them over them a veil of tropic verdure that half reveals and half conceals and wonderfully softens, the bold hard features of the geologic. Nature has contributed the magnificent semi-circular bay with its fine beach and swimming, a succession of splendid cliffs and broad fertile valley, bounded by mountain walls down whose sides leap numberless thread-like waterfalls which now and again lose themselves in the foliage."
- J. M. Lydgate (1854 - 1922)
The Wreck of the Saginaw: Notes of Halford Interview
Memories ... regarding the wreck of the ship
“Saginaw” off the coast of Hanalei (Kauai, Hawaii)