When we asked our activity director what she would recommend seeing outside the norm, she recommended 88 Shrines. These are miniature shrines built by Japanese immigrants in 1904 to represent an ancient pilgrimage of 88 temples in Shikoku, Japan. This is a place of healing & sanctuary. Lynn, the Director, was very generous in allowing our families to tour this site on a day they are not normally open. She greeted us with hot tea & macadamia cookies as well as a presentation. Her attention to detail allowed our families to recognize how special this site was. Add this to your must see list. This site is run by a non-profit organization & volunteers who are devoted to restoring this property. When we left, I felt a renewed sense of peace. Gods Blessings for continued growth.
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