Kilauea’s 34 year old eruption continues with activity on the east rift zone, from Pu‘u ‘O‘o to the Kamokuna ocean entry. The lava pond within the crater was very active, as vigorous spattering caused by escaping gases occurred across its surface. Winds and gases were favorable, allowing us to get good peeks at the action. The new breakout that occurred on Jan 22nd, just downslope on Pu‘u ‘O‘o’s eastern flank, is still active and creeping along the western edge of 61G, while the two month old eastern lobe still has molten fingers breaking out, but at a much reduced rate. Meanwhile, under a double rainbow at the Kamokuna ocean entry, the firehose continued to rage on, creating spectacular littoral explosions that propelled ejecta more than 100 feet into the air.