Today, we had the privilege to learn about the sun an the what the pa at palehua was used for. At the pa we learned about the way the Hawaiians learned and studied, along with learning a few scientific facts. The sun rises in the East and sets in the West, but every day, the sun moves more and more to the West until the Summer solstice, then it moves the opposite until Winter. In the a we also learned about the different Hawaiian islands, and how they are similar told through pohaku, or rocks. Ranger Anu showed us the rocks that were in the pa, and how each rock indicates two of the mokupuni, or islands in the Hawaiian chain.