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If you've got it ....

A little weekend shopping anyone? Wanna splurge? This is the highest priced residential listing on Hawaii, Big Island MLS right now. Kukio. 6 bed / 7 bath + 3 half bath, 10 other rooms inc. offices, gyms, massage therapy room, etc. 13,496sf under roof on 1.33ac. Ocean view. Not oceanfront. It's sits back quite a way and looks over lava formations to ocean beyond. $25m

Tide Pools on the North Tip

North Kohala Tide Pools. These cliffs and lava flats stretch for quite a way with beautiful views of Maui beyond. Access is through rolling green agricultural pasture and forest, with clean air sweet with the scent of mollases grass. Winter waters pound these cliffs and whales breach and birth here. Just a tiny example of what 'is' Kohala.

Red Hot Surfing

Photographer said: This is the first ever photo taken surf photography style with the lava down the wave. I entered the 110 + degree water filled with volcanic glass and lava bombs to take the first ever lava shot taken from in the breaking waves. It was a shoot of a lifetime after 3 days in the water with the lava, the lava broke out and covered the entire beach. Big Island, Hawaii. via eclectic

Hawaii Caving Goes Down The Tubes

The Big Island is, well, BIG. She has many secrets; especially below ground. She has beaches, mountains, jungles, deserts, plains, forests, and massive escarpments. You could look for years and not find a fraction of what Big Island has hidden, above and below ground. Here is some of the magesty of the south side. Lava tubes are extensive, running dozens of miles from Kiluea to Kalapana. An experienced guide is recommended. Lava shelfs at the ocean's edge are prone to collaps so staying well back from the edge is a safety imperative. these areas are wild and exceptionally beautiful.

Does being the victor make you happy?

Kilauea's Halema'uma'u Crater smiles to the heavens this morning (photo Paradise Helicopters). Located in Hawaii Volacanoes National Park, the 11th US national ratified by Woodrow Wilson in 1916 and a World Heritage Site, Kiluea welcomes over 2.5 million visitors anually. In Hawaiian mythology Kilauea, which means spreading or spewing, is the body of godess Pele (fire, volcano, lightning, wind) and Halema'uma'u is the scene of her epic battles with the rain god Kamapua'a. He was jealous of her ability to shoot lava into the sky so he cloaked her in ferns and choaked her out.

Pele puts on a show.

Madam Pele is putting on a show! Island geologists are risking life and limb to learn about the expanded erruption. We are simply enjoying the magnificent show. Photo courtesy Ocean Defender.

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