On the full moon night of Māhealani, we had a huaka’i to the Pā up at Pālehua, above Makakilo. We learned that the Hawaiians that lived up there might have used this site to study the other islands on rocks that looked like the islands. Also they used this site to play games (during the Makahiki), and they aligned the structure so that the sun would rise up at one corner and set in the opposite corner. We also looked at the moon while it was first coming up around 7 pm. We also looked at the stars and planets -- Jupiter and Venus. Some highlights on this huaka’i was riding with my aunty up and back down the mountain. The reason is because we haven’t seen each other in forever. Another highlight was getting my dad out of the house. A topic that was discussed was the hand motions to learn the different moon phases in Hawaiian. This knowledge is important because it will help us remember the moon phases and how the Hawaiians paid attention to the different moon phases. They knew when it was good to grow plants, fishing, or to not even do anything. This is important because this shows that our ancestors were very sustainable and lived off the ‘āina.