Strangers donâ€™t mostly try into a woods here by themselves.
Only a few tents and shacks are manifest from a mud parking lot that borders a Waianae Boat Harbor, where some-more than 200 people have found a comparatively composed retreat on a hilly corner of a Leeward Coast. The loyal distance of Oahuâ€™s oldest and now largest homeless outpost is vaporous by a complicated cover of disproportionate kiawe trees and thick underbrush.
But it doesnâ€™t take prolonged to mark a scrawled â€œno trespassing,â€ â€œgo awayâ€ or â€œkeep a fuch outâ€ signs posted along a many paths heading into a 19 acres of trees and dumpy brush nicknamed The Harbor by a people who know it best.
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