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... to see a faint glow in the distance which is the lava bank. We then took the saddle road home arriving about 9pm. This island of Hawai'i was created by 7 volcanoes. The largest mountain in the world by volume is Mauna Loa and the tallest mountain in the world as measured from its base on the sea floor to its peak is Maunakea (13,796 ft) ...all here.
... from sleeping. There are also geckos all around.. Even in the house. The flowers are really pretty here also.. All along the road and in our back yard! This side is Really interesting. Although there are visitors here, there are no hotels. People seem to stay in rentals like we are doing. You get a better flavor of the real Hawaii as there are many locals out and ...
... vents and the sulphur banks where the rock has been stained bright yellow by the sulphur in the volcanic gases. We also took in the lava tree molds this is were the lava had caused the
trees to burn but slowly enough that they left a tree shaped hole showing where ground level was before the eruption, Two of these were worryingly deep. We'd booked dinner at the volcano restaurant, which actually overlooks the active caldera, and once it got dark you could clearly see the ...
... parkas and off we went to the top. The temperature at the top was about 3 degrees above freezing. The wind was icy. The other two walked to the top of Mauna Kea, which was a sacred site, but I was too afraid to try it because I was afraid of getting a headache. When they got back we went into Keck II telescope and it was spinning around as they reset it.
Then it was time to go back down. Stopped at the ...
... The lava flows here on the Big Island are always changing. Several years ago, it was only a 15 minute hike to see it flowing. In 2011, no lava was flowing in this area at all. In 2012 it was flowing again, but was nowhere near the ocean. A couple months ago, it finally reached the ocean, which was good news for us! Currently, the lava is about a three-mile hike from the Kalapana side, and about a six-mile hike from inside the National Park. We ...