I was on a road trip to Kauai, Hawaii, when the scenery turned out to be so beautiful that I felt like a little girl.
The first stop was the Kona Gorge, a scenic limestone cliff where you can see and touch the Kailua volcano, which has erupted over the past few years.
The views are spectacular, and the people are friendly, but there’s also the added thrill of the thrill of watching your own child’s face turn red from the lava.
I’ve never seen lava this spectacular.
So I decided to take a few minutes to capture it on film.
As you can imagine, I was pretty nervous about it, so I spent a lot of time trying to get it perfect.
But after a while, I got the hang of it.
It was actually kind of fun to watch my son, 10-year-old Zach, squeal like a baby, because I could just hear his little ears twitch.
You can see that he was pretty excited to see that, too.
He’s probably been wanting to do that for years, and he was totally stoked.
Zach’s reaction to the video was a little different from mine, because he was more nervous.
I had never done that before, and I had just watched it on YouTube, and Zach had said he’d like to try it myself, so he had to be really careful.
The thing is, he wasn’t very careful at all.
We spent about 15 minutes making sure Zach was getting his head and body underneath the lava, and that he didn’t get sucked into the lava headfirst.
I could see he was getting ready to squeal, but he wasn.
I tried to calm him down a little bit and tell him to keep his mouth shut.
He didn’t seem to care, so it worked out fine.
If you’re a fan of lava, Zach has to be one of the coolest little guys you could ever meet.