I’ve been away, on vacation on the island of Hawai’i.
While there, Judy and I hiked in Volcanoes National Park. One day, our journey took us through the lava tube, over a rugged path on the crater rim, and down onto and across the floor of the caldera, where we warmed our hands at the steam vents.
Our second day, we drove to the end of the crater road and stood atop the lava where the newest lava flow crossed on its way to the ocean a few years ago.
Along that drive, the site of ancient petroglyphs beckoned to us, so we stopped for a look at these revered artifacts.
Back in the gift shop after viewing a thrilling volcano video, the words of Ilan Shamir caught my attention. “Advice from a Volcano” felt like a DayMaker-kinda’ message. So here you are. With love and aloha. xoA
Advice from a Volcano
Keep your Inner Fire Burning
It’s OK to Let off Steam
Go with the Flow
It’s All a Matter of Time
Have a Blast!
|Pele (Original hanging in the Jagger Museum)|