History at Hawaii Volcanoes

On December 7, 1941, the United States was attacked in Hawaii by a Japanese air raid. In the years that followed, the shores of Hawaii were used as military training grounds for a possible invasion of Japan by American troops. When hiking the rocky … [Read more...]

22 Years Ago At Volcanoes National Park

People are always writing about their most recent trip wherever. We are no different and have several stories at our blog about our 2013 trip to the Big Island of Hawaii and Volcanoes National Park. What is awesome about the Big Island and Volcanoes … [Read more...]

Not seeing the Lava Flow at Hawaii Volcanoes NP

The park was closed. For our first anniversary, my wife and I flew all the way to Hawaii for a week to check out Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and see the active lava flow. I was SUPER excited about getting some amazing photography of the lava … [Read more...]

How lucky! – Backpacking Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

We had spent the week on the island of Maui, my husband and I, exploring the beauty of Haleakala. Now it was off to the Big Island to spend 4 days backpacking along the coast in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park! Late in the week while on Maui, we … [Read more...]