Kulana Artist Sanctuary
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... me as well. Today I even felt bored. I had the day off but didn’t know what I wanted to do. I decided I needed to get away from Kalani so I waited 30 minutes for a bus to Pahoa that never showed up. But it all worked out. I strolled across the street from the bus stop to 'The Point’ and hung out and watched the ocean. Check out my 360 degree panorama. Not a bad place to be bored. And then when I ...
... true as the lava he was standing on was formed one year before he was born. The girls thought this was quite fun teasing.
The switchbacks on the way back up were easier than the steps at the beginning of the hike but definitely took some work and we with the warm weather (and humidity) increasing, we were fairly tired by the time we reached the end of the hike.
We had planned to do the Thurston Lava Tube today ...
... got to the ocean entry. This was truly breathtaking: bright yellow-orange lava dripped like syrup from the rocks into the crashing waves below. As we watched, the lava dripped down into the ocean, hitting the water with a hiss. The waves washed up to shore, splashing over the hot rocks and making even more steam. Sometimes the lava was barely visible through the steam, but not long after the steam would part, showing the lava clearly again. It was ...
... use up time until Greg got back and right as he got there we found the jelly/jam/butter vendor was opening up and so spent a bit of time tasting different jams and butters so we could take some home to the grandparents.
After finishing with the farmers market, making another stop at the hotel, we were finally on our way for our scenic drive for the day. We took a couple quick pictures of a small waterfall you could see from the ...
... facebook and headed to bed. The next day was going to be an exhausting one and we needed plenty of sleep to prepare ourselves. We awoke to the sound of birds chirping and the sun starting to peak above the clouds. Quickly we readied ourselves and drove off to Volcanoes National Park. We'd spend the early hours of the morning driving the park, pulling off to look at the various lava flows from past eruptions. The road cut through the lava fields and we felt as if we were the ...
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