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96712 The Happiest Seaside Town in America aka Haleiwa

If you’ve ever visited Oahu’s North Shore and spent some time in Hale’iwa, then I ask you close your eyes for a moment and bring your favorite image to mind. If you’re like me, it might be the view from Puaena Point, looking left across teal ocean tones to the small boat harbor, then scanning to your right across the flanking range of the Waianae mountains to where they melt into the sunset at Ka’ena Point. It’s a vision that always makes me feel happy and fortunate to live here. It never gets old. And that’s why I’m voting for Hale’iwa as America’s Happiest Seaside Town in 2014. If Hale’iwa makes you happy, then I hope you’ll VOTE too.

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The Magnum P.I. Chopper Returns Home to The North Shore

Magnum, P.I. alumni Rick (Larry Manetti) and T.C. (Roger E. Mosley) handed “The Chopper” keys to Paradise Helicopters CEO Calvin Dorn in Las Vegas on Tuesday. Watch the Video Here>> Phoenix Heliparts has faithfully restored an MD500D with the precise details of the original ship including the exact paint job and original tail boom #’s from the show. “The Chopper” is headed to Oahu for its new home at the Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore – only a few miles from the “Robbin’s Nest” where it lived on TV during the 80′s. Guests will be able to ride the star when it arrives at Turtle Bay sometime in April 2013.
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How Turtle Bay Golf Marshall Al became known as “The Pro”

If you’ve golfed Turtle Bay’s Palmer Course, then we’re sure you have seen Mr. Al Flamingo. He’s the man flashing his pearly whites, waving a shaka and exclaiming, “Boom!”

A tag on his shirt says “Al” but the man has several different names. There’s Pro, Golf, Al Flamingo  and Elvis to name a few. He’ll happily tell you how he got each one too. But I’ll stick with Pro, since it tells the story about how he fell in love with golf.

His love for golf brought him to Turtle Bay about 6 years ago, but his love for the sport began years before that thanks to his spirited attitude.

Flash back to 1970. He was a studying to be a firefighter in class and couldn’t focus thanks to others guys in his class.

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