The Makahiki is a time of abundance, peace, and prosperity in the Hawaiian Culture. The mural starts in the high elevation Hawaiian rain forest depicting myths and legends of ancient Hawaii. The Makai (ocean side) recreates traditional fishing ponds and touches on the importance of voyaging culture with subtle constellations disguised in the splashes of the water. The final panel has a young man casting a net in the direction of the princess on the other side of the room. This alludes to the legend the naupaka flower, a common native flower abundant on Hawaii's coast lines that appears to have been sliced in half. The naupaka has a variety that grows near the ocean and another variety found in the high elevation rain forest. In this legend, star cross lovers each represented by the half flower are able to come together to create a complete whole. The lovers came from rivaling villages and could not be together explaining why the naupaka appeared to be sliced in half.