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The Big Island - March 2014
Created by the active flow of lava from an underground volcano and predominantly inhabited by Polynesians who followed the migration of birds to discover the islands, Hawaii is a place like no other. Deep in the Pacific Ocean and miles away from any mainland, this astounding archipelago is the only place on the planet that continues to geologically grow each day. I am located on the youngest of the eight islands and the island ...
... artistry vibe in this town. Its Santa Cruz, minus the drugs and traffic.
After my run, we had breakfast at the Kilauea Lodge, where we stayed. Breakfast is included in your rate so there is an added bonus. Robert ordered an omelet (pretty standard) and I had the one "exotic" thing on the menu. And by exotic, I mean weird. A hash containing Italian sausage, eggs, potatoes, cheese and (wait for it, this is the exotic part) pickles. I can say with 100% certainty ...
... 8211; but by the time I got my tablet and camera in sync again, the opportunity had passed. But it was cool to see!
We sat in the backseat of our car and had a snack of hummus, pita chips, assorted olives and orange juice. We had been bundled up in layers and layers of clothing for this event - and when we checked the temperature it was 38 degrees! We then drove back down Mauna Kea and back ...
... an few small bones a week later and did not get much meat back. Sounds like he may have aptly named these islands after his patron, The Earl of Sandwich. It was, indeed, the Sandwich Islands after all.
I am very sure we had a better vacation here than he did!.
So it is off to Seattle tomorrow morning where we will start packing for our trip south for the winter. We hope you enjoy the photos. See you all on the trail, Tom and ...
... lava in the lake with huge gas pockets trapped underneath. As the lava hardened you can see how it's shrunk about 50 feet and left marks down the edges of the valley like scum marks on the edge of a bath. Also, when it hardens like this, it forces it all to crack and break which made it quite tricky and dangerous sometimes for us to walk over. Although the lake has been hard for a long long time, it's still hot deep underneath so there are several steam vents from the ...