On this Huakai what we did was first learn about how Kaina got started with the E Ala. To start, he said; that there was a fishing sanctuary from the harbor down to the fifty yard line of the football field at Wai'anae High School. What he also talked about would be how they got the E Ala. First of all the wa’a E Ala was under water and needed to get out from under the water. One of the canoes of the double hull was under sand and needed to be uncovered. They also talked about how they got their hālau for there Wa’a and to teach classes out of it. The person who help them get the Halau was William Aila from the Department of land and Natural Resources(DLNR). This guy told them to attend a meeting to put their idea out to the table. When that day came Kaina and someone else attended the meeting and after the meeting was finished, Kaina had left that meeting with half a million dollars to build the hālau. They showed their blueprint to William Aila and the height was originally 45ft tall but when the hālau was finished William aila had added 15ft more to the original blueprint. He added on the 15ft to the halau so they can have room for the future and is now the biggest hālau in the state. What we also did here was sand down the railings for the wa’a, which were made out of hau. We sanded down the railings so that the gloss stays on the wood longer. What we also did there was learn about a mural they did on the container. I also learned that the mural was started by the kids that and family members that live in Harbor. This knowledge is important because it shows that kids and family in the harbor put there own Mana (power) into that mural. Yes I could see myself sailing in this canoe, why I think so is because its something I've always wanted to do in my life.