Moving to rural Hawaii

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Real Estate Agent with MacArthur Sotheby's International Realty

rooster oil paintingWhen you think of moving to Hawaii, you probably don't think about what it's like to live with feral rooster families.  Well, if you really are moving to Hawaii, and you're moving to the country, your new neighbors may include roosters.  There may be a lot of them.  And they crow all night long when the moon is bright.  All of them.  Today I found this story about living with chickens on Kauai which is worth a read.  You'll be in luck if your feathered neighbors are feral.  You won't be so lucky if the racket comes from the house next door where your neighbor is raising fighting cocks.  Most planned neighborhoods in Hawaii do not allow barnyard animals. It just so happens I have a list of these communities along the Kohala Coast, and I'm happy to share! 

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Gina Gulliford
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Diana, I use to live in Hilo back in 1974 for a few months.  It was spectacular.  Unfortunately, I had a death in the family that brought me back to the mainland but I will never forget my time there even though it was so many yrs ago.  Gina Gulliford, Long & Foster, Columbia, MD

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Diana J. Woods
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Gina, thank you for your comment.  Hilo is still as slow and old Hawaii as ever.

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