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"Snoqualmie is Free..."

The husband and I awoke to yet another beautiful Costa Rican day and after a leisurely breakfast (fresh pineapple, mango, papaya and pancakes for me, gallo pinto for him, with laments about the hotel not serving tortillas for his rice-n-beans) we packed ourselves up and headed to… 1,466 more words

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Storm Force - Volcanos, Hurricanes, and Treasure

The Big Island of Hawaii is the main setting for Storm Force, the second book in the Storm Thriller Series. I’ve made several trips to the Big Island in the last few years: one with family, and the other to paddle in the Queen Liliuokalani outrigger canoe race. 275 more words

Steven Becker

Lava Update | Thursday, May 3

Eruptive activity persists on Kilauea’s east rift zone, as Pu‘u ‘O‘o continues to feed flow 61G, and its lava pond still actively bubbles. The March 5th breakout has advanced further, getting closer to the steepest section of Pulama Pali, although it remains above it for the moment. 137 more words

Kilauea Volcano Update

Lava Reaches Pali

A particularly outrageous overflight revealed numerous picturesque flows, now cresting the Pali (cliffs), and heading down the steeper slope. The Pu’u ‘O’o vent was particularly accessible today… the lake within most active. 154 more words

Kilauea Volcano Update

Overlook of Doom

This is another look at the real Mt. Doom, Mount Ngauruhoe, on New Zealand’s North Island. I took this picture near Blue Lake. Mount Ngauruhoe towers over the red crater, on the adjacent Mount Tongariro, from which the famous Tongariro Crossing gets its name. 291 more words

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Who's that Puppy on the Paddleboard? 

Hey – I hope you enjoyed the holiday weekend . Mine was great – nourishing for body, mind and soul.

On Good Friday we headed out for some adventure . 353 more words

Lava Update | Thursday, April 13

Eruptive activity continues along Kilauea’s east rift zone, although, low cloud cover and gas rising from Pu‘u ‘O‘o crater prevented us from checking out the lava pond. 168 more words

Kilauea Volcano Update