No homes destroyed in Pahoa yet, and the lava flow seems to have slowed down. However, if not today, then tomorrow, or next week. Kilauea has continued to spew out magma:
- Remember, if you read this blog, that I was golfing at the Volcano Golf Course in 1983 when I saw the first fountains from this current eruption.
- Since then:
- 500 acres of new lands have been created.
- 89 miles of highway have been covered.
- 214 structures have been destroyed
- The thickness of the lava in some locations is up to 115 feet high.