A White Obelisk Monument marks the spot . . .

Greenwell Farms is in Kealakekua on the Big Island of Hawaii and is near the site where Captain James Cook met his fate on February 14, 1779.   A White Obelisk Monument marks the spot just a few steps away from the shore of Kealakekua Bay.  This land, though in Hawaii, was given to the United Kingdom and is officially a part of the UK.  Captain Cook’s Monument is a popular Kayak and Hiking destination.  Many Hikers and Kayakers stop at Greenwell Farms after their morning adventures to rest, relax, and enjoy our 100% Kona Coffee.  I hope that you enjoy the photo.  Mahalo.

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  • […] notable thing about Greenwell Farms is the location. Close to Greenwell Farms in Kealakekua stands the White Obelisk Monument that marks the spot where Captain James Cook died on February 14, 1779. The place the obelisk rests […]

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