Fa’afetai Lava Dave!
It’s definitely true that you never know where you’ll run into National Park Service volunteer Dave Boyle. For two weeks in July, we were fortunate to have his assistance and expertise at the National Park of American Samoa. After his first visit three years ago, he decided it was time for another adventure to the South Pacific.
Dave dedicated 64 hours to photograph the National Park of American Samoa and its programs. This adds to his over 14,000 hours of volunteer service to the National Park Service. As a Hawaii Island resident, he is most often photographing at Pu’ukohola Heiau National Historic Site, Pu’uhonua o Honaunau and Kaloko-Honokohau national historical parks, and Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. From lava flows and wildlife to facility construction and cultural festivals, Dave is always there to document life in the national parks.
We are very grateful that Dave came for a visit and to provide new photos for our national park projects and social media sites! He is a great friend of the National Park of American Samoa family.
Fa’afetai lava (Thanks a lot) for your dedicated service! We look forward to your next visit.
Visit http://www.pelesrain.com to enjoy some of Dave’s photos.