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April 4, 2003


Me on the rim of Kilauea's crater. I really am happier than I look.

Extreme what?

HVO employee Fran gazes into a crevasse on the field trip lead by HVO Scientist-in-Charge Don Swanson.

I even did some work while I was there. Here's the GPS site on the floor of Kilauea. We swapped out the antenna, but unfortunately the site is still sending no data. Hey, I was on vacation, anyway...

You just can't get enough of the lava flows. Lava is way cool.

Posted by beth at April 4, 2003 11:59 AM


you're right, lava is way cool! but are you sure it's lava and not some monster (like the blob) taking over the island?

Posted by: wilma, mother of beth at April 24, 2003 11:31 AM