(Jana's POV) "So we're supposed to drink this?" Leon says suspiciously eying the lava river. "I guess," I admit and I get on my knees so I'm closer to the river. Leon coughs as he replicates my actions. He scoops his hands into the lava and jeers lightly, "To surviving." I dive my hands in and I'm surprised that the Phlegethon is almost on the cool side. "To surviving." I agree and I bring my hands to my lips. I take a gulp and I and I immediately feel nauseous because it tastes that awful.
How to make Erupting Volcanoes with ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda: Shape cardboard into a cone, using a cup to create an opening at the top. Use plaster of Paris over the cone to form volcano (don’t get plaster inside cup). Let volcano dry and decorate as desired. Separately, mix 1/4 cup vinegar with a few drops of dishwashing liquid, water and red food coloring. Place 1 tsp. of baking soda in another cup and place inside crater. Then dump the liquid mix into crater and watch the lava magic…
Phoenix House by ArtisTree
The Phoenix House by ArtisTree is a 450 square-foot tiny house built atop the lava flows of the Kilauea volcano and is completely off-grid.
G Brad Lewis, known as Volcano Man, photographed his friend Bern standing in front of exploding lava at the edge of Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii. Brad says: "Bern has hot lava literally landing at his feet. It is as hot as one can stand to be next to, and it and burns any exposed skin - but the images are just so cool."