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So What Is The #1, Top, All-Time, In First Place Show Ever Watched In Kona?

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So What Is The #1, Top, All-Time, In First Place show ever watched in Kona?

Here are a few hints: Nope, not Super Bowls XLIX, XLVIII, 50, LI, XLVI, XLV, XLVII, XLIV or LII, nor network TV shows such as the M*A*S*H (Finale), nor Roots (Part VIII) nor Cheers (Series Finale) nor Dallas  “Who Done It?,” nor Seinfeld (Series Finale) or even that home movie of me, as a toddler, tearing it up on that camping trip.

The Top Show, EVER, is below at Wawaloli Beach Park:

Seinfeld

It is the post  Hurricane Hector series finale. Not only do these seasoned show critics and reviewers bring their own chairs, they have a cooler full of their favorite beverages.

About Wawaloli Beach – White sand, tidal pools, cliffs, and rocky shoreline. Hiking along the shoreline, fishing, limited swimming, picnicking. Parking, restrooms, showers. Hazardous footing, currents and waves. Use the entrance road to the Natural Energy Lab Hawai`i (NELHA) and Hawai`i Ocean Science and Technology (HOST) Park which opens at 6 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m

Seinfeld

And, on the same day in Maui – Waves crash onto Honoapiilani Highway from Hurricane Hector surf and high tides.

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