burnt the warning sign and all
To recap from other posts:
The Puʻu ʻŌʻō eruption began when fissures split the ground in the remote rainforest of the eastern rift zone of Kilauea volcano, birthplace of Pele, the most active volcano in Hawaii and the centerpiece of Volcano National Park. By June 1983, the activity had strengthened and localized to the Puʻu ʻŌʻō vent. Over the next three years, 44 eruptive episodes with lava fountains as high as 1,510 feet stopped traffic at points across east Hawaiʻi. The fallout of cinder and spatter from the towering lava fountains built a cone 837 feet high.
As the lava entered the transfer station and was now 40 yards from burning Pahaoa and cutting off the road, the stores were closed and the National Guard was brought in.
The remains were brought to Uncle Robert's Awa Club. Awa is the Hawaiian name for Kava, the relaxing island drink.
Uncle Robert's Awa Club is a staple in these parts. Part community center, part center for the Hawaiian Sovereignty and sustainability movement, closest store to Kalani, farmer's market for all manner of local food and products, part recently dedicated UFO landing pad and star visitor sanctuary that will produce peaceful relations with the expected extraterrestrial visitors and the best party and Hawaiian music in Puna every Wednesday afternoon. Uncle Robert, a devout Christian, was to be buried on the property,
There is a problem with wild pigs in Puna. They are very damaging to native plants and although technically harmless, it can be a tad disconcerting running into 6 or 8 of them on dark jungle roads. Kalani has to trap them from time to time. They are taken to a farm and fed our very own Kalani created pig slop from our kitchen waste, until such time as they return looking like this. Here Dion of Colorado prepares to break one down. Doesn't get any more local and farm to table than that.
Next time we will discuss my two treatments by a practitioner of Acutonics. I am now more better.
Acutonics, n. 1. System of vibrational sound healing rooted in Oriental Medicine and philosophy that utilizes tuning forks and symphonic gongs tuned to the planets, Tibetan bowls, bells, drums, and rattles. Connecting body, mind, and soul in the journey toward optimal health, harmonic attunement or at-one-ment with all things in the Universe. 2. The integral way, undifferentiated wholeness, the essence of Tao.
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