Today marks a milestone in the history of the Kilauea volcano at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. 10,000 days ago, on January 3, 1983, Kilauea began its current East Rift Zone eruption. The superintendent of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Cindy Orlando, calls it “a biological and geological wonder.” For the very latest on what is going on with this amazing event, check out the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory!
I'VE ALWAYS BEEN ASKED BY MANY PEOPLE ABOUT WHAT IS IT LIKE TO LIVE ON AN ISLAND THAT HAS AN ACTIVE VOLCANO. THE BEST WAY TO EXPLAIN THIS IS BY SAYING THIS:
"ACCEPTING AND LIVING THIS WAY OF LIFE"
THIS APPLIES TO ANYONE OUT THERE LIVING ANYWHERE IN THIS WORLD. WE CANNOT CHANGE MOTHER NATURE OR EVEN TRY TO MESS AROUND WITH HER. LET HER DO AS SHE PLEASED AND THE REST WILL BE ALL TAKEN CARE OF.
WAIPA & KAHEALANI
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