Kilauea continues to erupt from its east rift zone, and although low cloud cover prevented us from flying over Pu‘u ‘O‘o crater, we observed the March 5th breakout creeping along toward Pulama Pali. Now, roughly 1/2 mile from the crest of the steep hillside, there are two distinct lobes advancing. The eastern lobe has been, and still is, moving directly over the path of the main 61G tube, while the other is about a 1/4 mile to the west, running a parallel course. A small finger of activity was observed on the coastal plain, not far from the base of the pali, while the Kamokuna ocean entry is still going strong. Lava pouring into the sea continues to slowly build a new delta at the base of the cliff. Steam obscured our view for the most part, but fleeting gaps in the plume offered glimpses of multiple fingers of lava creating a new black sand beach.