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“Enlightened” #Wormhole

Called by the Hawaiians Nāhuku...

lava tube

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The hubs took this during our holiday vacation. When we went down inside, it actually felt a bit wormhole-ish! Here’s what he writes about it:

Called by the Hawaiians Nāhuku, this lava tube is found in the tropical tree fern forest not too far from the summit of Kilauea at an altitude of 3,900’. The official name of the cave is the Thurston Lava Tube, named after Lorrin Thurston, a local newspaper publisher. The 500-year-old lava tube formed when a river of lava was flowing down the side of Kilauea.

It was a little creepy going down inside. I’m beginning to think I’m not suited for jumping into wormholes. lol I prefer fictional adventures, with my Diet Dr. Pepper and Junior Mints close at hand. (I burn up a lot of energy taking fictional adventures!)

Where will your next fictional adventure take you?

Perilously yours,


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