Stay dry Folks! Aloha, our tours were able to view some nice surface flows. Along the flow field there were many surface breakouts, but majority of the activity seems to be at the base of the Pali and at the leading edge of the flow. The leading edge of the flow is still advancing slowly and is still approximately 0.25 mi away from where land and sea meet. Yesterday there was a big breakout at the base of the Pali and this breakout could be seen on webcam 2, which can be found on the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory website. Our guides also reported seeing a bight glow near the base of the Pali. Once again stay dry, Aloha!