Our last early 20th Century photo shows a man experience what I can only describe as intense angst. In one of those ironies that seem to follow me everywhere, the file title somehow got exchanged with a snippet off my Hawaii County Civil Defense feed during the 2018 Kilauea Eruption. It says, "Lava has covered Kaupili and Mohala Streets, between Leilani Avenue and the fissure line." That was the very trying time when the volcano took out 700 homes and inundated one of the most unique and beautiful tide pools in all Hawaii. I don't know how the title got switched, but it fits.