Category Archives: lava lake

Exploring Ka‘ū (Punalu‘u Black Sand Beach and Naʻālehu)

My sister asked me if I ever stayed home these days; I’ve been indulging my passion for travel, right here on the Big Island. These staycations have made me appreciate, once again, the wonder of living in Paradise. Last weekend, … Continue reading

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Lava lake rising

Yesterday I was out the door at 2 am, going to Volcanoes National Park with Mitch and Dianne to see the latest activity in the Halema’uma’u Crater. The crater sits within the Kilauea Caldera here on the Big Island, and … Continue reading

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Living on five volcanoes

Last week I went to the Kilauea Volcano with Dianne and Mitch. I hadn’t been to the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park since we were tourists visiting the island – maybe four years ago. At the moment, the local papers are … Continue reading

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