The Heirs of the Moon: Lava and Karnas

The earth had been marvelous for many days. She gasped in hope. Then the clouds of the sky rise out of the vast expanse of space. Call up gold fountains from the chimney and the slopes of the beverage and the sprouts around them. The worsening southwestern wind carried the volcanic ash deposits to the northeast. As it suddenly closed, the foxes fell into cracks again. The earth stopped shaking; only the burning heat.

But the earth is not finished. Coal of black concrete was spread over his forehead and opened a new wound. Lava's blood flowed in half. Earth gathered itself and sent a feather. Koine's pieces were broken, and the stream took them out. When the lava heap had cooled down from the middle to the darkness, the lava blood vessels flowed beneath him, as he pushed the flow. Like honey, lava is spread on the landscape.

Just two thousand years ago – the geological clock symbol – as it was described, is exactly the same as the incident at the National Monument of the Moon in south-central Idaho. But it's not just a volcanic event here. The biggest flaw in the earth's crust, called the Great Skirt, allowed the rock to sink deep into the earth.

The park's visitor center is the perfect place to start your search for feathers that appear to be so dim. The center contains books and exhibits related to the park's geology, history and biology. A video shows the explosion that occurred hundreds of years ago in Hawaii. Across the road, visitors can enjoy a campfire program in the summer (no tap) and a nearby amphitheater in a summer campfire.

If you have a map, campus and more water (the site is the only visitor center and campgrounds) you can start your drive on the seven-mile loop to explore your area. As it passes through the campgrounds and reaches the northern part of the valley, the road suddenly turns to the right. Beyond the curve, a translation path awaits for those wishing to see the border close. With this track, Triple Twin Tree – Ancient, Lightning Tree Scientists estimate that this flow could have occurred two thousand years ago, counting the number of growth rings in this tree, one of the smallest flows in the park.

The two basic basaltic lava flows are located on the crescent moon. One type is called "Pahohoho" ("Pac-Hok Hong", the Hawaiian word is rope). At the top of this stream, a cool crane was created. The other type is Aa (called Ah-Ah, Hawaiian for "strong legs"). Aha Lava, smaller and lighter than Gahohom, Ae Lava creates small thorns on it.

Just a short drive away from the parking lot is the North Crater Railway. This route will guide you to the rock from which the lava flow is generated.

To continue, you will turn left to reach the devil's orchestra to continue. Archaeologists believe that this site is the site of an ancient reef that has been reduced to fragments and fragments. You can take a self-guided path that includes a number of bushfire indicators on the book – almost exclusively through the rest. You will learn about geology, bird life, and lemons and other plants. Business is a association of fungi and algae that can live on bare rocks. In the early summer, look for clean baboon flowers that target the ground.

If you continue on the loop you will find Inferno Cone. A short, winding path leads to the end of this mass. The high altitude gives a good view of the many cones to the south-east and northwest with the highest reef. Standing in the hallway, you can feel the full breeze of the south wind. Bigger County, the largest colony in the southeast, is one of the most densely populated "actors" in the world.

From the end of spring to the end of winter, the more than 200 species of plants that come up to the moon canopy mark the top of the cone. Brewrosts, which compete well with dark centers, such as wildflowers, and bright white flowers are particularly common.

Spatter cones are the next interesting shape with the holes. You can find the best example with vehicle cones anywhere in the continental United States. They were created when the earth absorbed the feathers of adjacent feathers. One of the cones here gets snow all year. This is because volcanic rocks almost always contain gas bubbles, which act as protectors.

One quick way out of the pit is to get rid of the lower lava bags that have cooled down to the snow mold stops. From here, you can take a path to tree moldings that can be created when trees sprout and freeze, often resulting in the burning bark of the rock. From the parking lot, you can take occasional desert trails to the desert wilderness areas. If you are going back, you will need a free pass to enter the wilderness.

The desert road branches, which are far from the tree mold trail, go down deep into the Pahohoho flow and disrupt the flow. Rock cairns mark the path on an unpaved, flat surface. At the last moment, you will find a dirt road that stretches into the desert for four miles. If you follow this path you will enjoy hiking in the vast open space with a little dust and snow.

After crossing the Wilderness border, they pass between Big Cinder Butte and Hal Cone, then proceed through the Trail Mardom Fleet. The name of the apartment is derived from lava tubes made of mold from the tree, except that the tree trunks around it. After being surrounded by Koyo Butte, they come to Echo Crater – one of the best camps in the area for emergency responders.

Our first and most recent visit to this desert was camped at Eco Kreiter. On our first visit, we stayed on the beach and went there to explore the waterways, fishing and other features we saw on the local map. On the last night we spent there, we heard and heard Premier Frico flying around the valley. After looking at it for a while, we notice that men and women are taking turns and guarding their nest on the Echo Crater Rim.

May In the 1980's, we arrived at Icho Creter in the dark. The wind was usually incessant itself, so we camped in the valley for protection. When this happens, it has rock-like shape – the higher western edge slides into the lower eastern entrance. As we began our dinner, the moon raised a full, flaming, orange-red ball, throwing our light into our camp camp and into the boulder.

May In the late 1990s, we were exploring features that could occur in volcanic flow, such as lava tubes and lava bridges. The lava can flow like a river and the lava can clog over the surface exposed to the cold air and stop moving. But Sarah's lid is a good insulator, so the bottom lava can still flow. Eventually, the lava tube, which is still fluid, can be leaked and left behind. If a portion of the roof eventually falls, there is a cave of the Lavara tube. If another part of the roof falls near another fall, the gap between them is a solid credit bridge.

Two lava bridges are listed on the Moon Crescent map, the bridge of tears and the moon bridge. We went to the bridge and explored the Moss Cave and Amphitheater Cave, which was adjacent to the bridge and along the same tunnel. We heard rumors of a moon bridge being destroyed and we wanted to see if we could get to where it was. Failure to access may be considered a failure.

Once on the bridge, we took a walk along the path leading to the bridge that leads directly to the moon map. After we started, we had to jump around in a circular depression. We noticed that an opening was marked at the end of the depression. So we decided to take some time to explore it. It became a cave with two side-by-side holes. The map didn't show this feature, so we've taken notes about it, including GPS coordinates. We continued to the bridge across the map area, but couldn't find it. We came back out of the desert but we spent one more night.

The next day, we went outside and looked at the visitors 'center of the visitors' center and asked them if this feature had been discussed before. Not stated, we must name it. We were twins, so we called the tunnel a "twin cave" because it has two openings. However, because the park is trying to protect the caves from fraud, it does not want to provide their environment and will never appear on any map.

In August 2016, about 20 years later, we returned to the Sterling Moon Desert to visit our Cave and discovered that one of the gaps was larger due to the flat sections, but the other was about the same as before. . We have taken what we call "Twin Head" an entry door to post on our social media page.

The road to the dust of the wilderness until it arrives at two cruise destinations from Eco Crater – Centennial and The Gorman. Here in the South, in 1879, J.W. The Arco, Pale, and Arthur Ferrisris Idaho left the Vermilion Chasm marker on their way to assess whether there was enough water to support cattle grazing. does not. Then in 1921, Robert Lambert, W.L. Cole, and the dog flew north to Mendoca to explore this unknown area. They could not sleep at night due to the strength of the night when traveling on the volcanic flow. The dog had his leg amputated, so the men had to carry it. After falling below water, they were able to look at pigeons and find water boats. Despite these difficulties, the two men greatly enjoyed this land and gave many of its characteristics to the descriptive names to this day. Thanks to Limbert's reports, photographs and lobbying and his article for National Geographic, Kremlin Moon was declared a national memorial in 1924.

Back on the road, after falling off the ramp, continue to the caves. Pahohohom flows through channels or tubes under the frozen cream. The feather may leak out of the pit as it explodes. The Indian ramp is an example of the lavender tube, where most of the excess cream has fallen. Because of this situation, you do not have to carry a flashlight to look for an Indian subway tunnel. Just outside the cave, the Shusso Indians are just a stone's ring when they are rescued from deer and other wildlife. However, you will need a flashlight to explore the other cave. The Boy Scout Cave is especially fun. Throughout the year, this cave has a thick layer of snow that can be covered by a layer of water.

It is also known that Moon Crescent is part of NASA's effort to send men to the right moon. Many astrologers have come here to study the environment, one of the examples they may encounter when they enter the moon.

To find the moon crater, drive along the Aurora, US, and Keys 24 miles west of Kerry, or 18 miles west to west. The monument is open year-round, although Loop Road is usually only open from the end of April to mid-November. Cross country skiing is available in winter. For more information, call National Monument of the Moon for Box 29, Arco, ID 83213 or call the Headquarters at (208) 527-1300. Visitor information is at (208) 527-1335.

The Crescent Moon National Monument website is located at

To learn more about Lava, see the Wikipedia entry for Lava at