April 12, 2012

Last night’s tour was able to get up close to some nice surface flows safely. The leading edge is still advancing towards the ocean, but is doing so slowly. Still, there is a lot of activity, although there is DI deflation. The eastern lobe is approximately 0.9 mi away from the ocean. Our guests were extremely happy with their lava hike last night. The weather started with rain in the morning and cleared up by the afternoon and stayed clear during the tour. Until next time, Aloha! P.S. We will blog again tonight when the tour returns.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *