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2. I give this book a four stars out of five. I thought that it illustrated our walks with Christ in a very exciting way and caused me to really think about my own walk. In return, he received fish in abundance.7) Shoreline Fishing: At Koai’e Cove, the fishermen launched and landed their canoes. Fishing implements used in the cove included spears, nets, and fishhooks of bone and pearlshell.8) Well: A dependable supply of drinking water allowed this area to be settled and plants to be grown. The lowering of the water table in the late 1800s may be one reason the people left Lapakahi.9) Salt Making: Sea water was poured into hollowed out stones and the sun evaporated the water, leaving a concentration of salt crystals.