Low overhanging clouds precluded us from accessing the vent, Pu‘u ‘O‘o, and its lava pond, but it continues to feed flows on the upper flow field and the Kamokuna ocean entry. Numerous surface breakouts were scattered throughout, from within 1/2 mile of the vent, near the source of the March 5th breakout on the spillway, to flows just above Jack Thompson’s pali. A sizable breakout roughly 1/4 mile above the steep hillside, created a river of pahoehoe more than 50 yards long. And after much time without a skylight, two were visible during our overflight. And lastly, lava continues to pour into the sea at Kamokuna. The new delta of land has built back out again, after the partial collapse last week. Although noticeably thicker after several rounds of overplating as a result of the firehose encasement rupturing, another stress fracture has once again appeared on its surface.