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Old 2021-09-22, 14:05   #67
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Pictures:
https://elpais.com/elpais/2021/09/19...04_129260.html
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Old 2021-09-23, 12:08   #68
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Here is an interesting site about the lava flows:
https://elpais.com/ciencia/2021-09-2...ia-el-mar.html

On my stay last year I had a bungalow in Dos Pinos. That's only 2-3 km from the current lava flows and on the edge of the risk zone.
I'm back in the UK now and trying to catch up on the news, so thanks for this link. Our place is just off the top of that map.

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Ta...!4d-17.8676715 shows both my observatory the site of the eruption. The position is now much more accurate since I sent in an edit to Google Maps. Previously it was about 10km too far south.
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Old 2021-09-23, 12:14   #69
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We have been following it at https://www.eldiario.es/canariasahor...hora/sociedad/

Not as many pictures but good local news coverage.
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Old 2021-09-23, 12:22   #70
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Here is an interesting site about the lava flows:
https://elpais.com/ciencia/2021-09-2...ia-el-mar.html

On my stay last year I had a bungalow in Dos Pinos. That's only 2-3 km from the current lava flows and on the edge of the risk zone.
The lava crossed the LP2, the main road on the west of LP a couple of days ago. That road was being repaired so relatively little damge was caused! The last images I saw showed the LP213 in central Todoque with lava at the very edge of the road. The lava has doubtless moved through the village by now.

Some years ago we stayed at an apartment just behind La Mariposa restaurant which is also on the LP213 further down towards Puerto Naos. Depending on whether the lava flows south or north of MontaΓ±a de Todoque they may or may not be destroyed respectively. It seems likely that south is more likely.

It's a fair guess you recognize these places.
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Old 2021-09-23, 12:49   #71
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It's a fair guess you recognize these places.
By name, at least. Sounds like at least one of them may no longer be recognizable by sight
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The lava crossed the LP2, the main road on the west of LP a couple of days ago. That road was being repaired so relatively little damge was caused! The last images I saw showed the LP213 in central Todoque with lava at the very edge of the road. The lava has doubtless moved through the village by now.
Strangely enough, the flow has almost stopped. Now down to 4m per hour. It moved only 15m overnight.
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Old 2021-09-23, 21:00   #73
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The lava crossed the LP2, the main road on the west of LP a couple of days ago. That road was being repaired so relatively little damge was caused! The last images I saw showed the LP213 in central Todoque with lava at the very edge of the road. The lava has doubtless moved through the village by now.

Some years ago we stayed at an apartment just behind La Mariposa restaurant which is also on the LP213 further down towards Puerto Naos. Depending on whether the lava flows south or north of MontaΓ±a de Todoque they may or may not be destroyed respectively. It seems likely that south is more likely.

It's a fair guess you recognize these places.

Yes I do, and I have the same information that the lava has progressed to the centre of Todoque and seems to have stopped there. The restaurant Altamira was one of the last victims in that area so far.

But one should not assume prematurely that the worst is over now. In the 1949 San Juan outbreak, new major magma outlets formed 2 to 3 weeks after the first eruption.

Good luck to you that your home won't get harmed!
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Old 2021-09-23, 21:04   #74
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Possibly the new volcano might get called "Tacande", like your observatory.
https://www.eldiario.es/canariasahor...1_8329647.html


Edit: Oh, thats the site you mentioned before. So probably you read that article, too.

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Strangely enough, the flow has almost stopped. Now down to 4m per hour. It moved only 15m overnight.
Be thankful you didn't have to deal with the ash. Be sorry for those who did have to, along with the molten rock.

I'm very happy to hear your observatory is OK.

I'm expecting locusts next...
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Old 2021-09-24, 07:06   #76
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Another map that is more up-to-date:
https://twitter.com/CopernicusEMS/st...5134955778048/


Looks as if most (or all?) maps are lagging at least one day behind.
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Old 2021-09-24, 08:21   #77
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Be thankful you didn't have to deal with the ash. Be sorry for those who did have to, along with the molten rock.

I'm very happy to hear your observatory is OK.

I'm expecting locusts next...
I have heard that a light dusting of ash has fallen on my place. So light that the wind blows it off again.

The evidence comes from an all-sky camera operated by the chap who has his observatory a few metres away from mine.

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