Hawaii Volcanoes outing

The weather was a bit voggy (an island term used to describe volcanic emissions – like fog) but the sky was clear and sunny.  On the drive, the group discussed volcanes, volcano formation and  unique stories about previous eruptions in recent history. We first stopped at the tree molds so everyone could get an idea

Kilauea Volcano actively errupting:)

Many of you have already heard the news reports – A new rift has opened in the Kilauea Volcano crater and lava is spattering out up to 100 ft in the air!  The rift is 2.3 km long located between Pu’u ‘Ō’ō and Nāpau Crater.  This is exciting news to residents and volcanologists on the