Obama tours offered in Hawaii

December 2, 2008 6:42:42 AM PST
Plains, Georgia, and Crawford, Texas, have something in common.

They both became tourist attractions when made famous by presidents.

Jimmy Carter's hometown was Plains and President George W. Bush has a ranch near Crawford.

Now, "Uncle Jack" is offering walking tours of the Honolulu, Hawaii, neighborhood where President-elect Barack Obama grew up.

The 70-something Jack Christenson asks for donations for his tour.

The walk includes the apartment building where Obama once lived, the school he went to, even the Baskin-Robbins ice cream store where Obama worked.