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Residents learn to move on under Pele’s mercy

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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

Cristhian Barcco checked on the livestock at the Kapoho property which he and his family evacuated from on May 11 due to the volcanic fissure activity near their home. Barcco and his wife, Nao Yamamoto, have been caretakers for the property for two years overseeing the small farm and its animals.
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Cristhian Barcco took a photo of the growing lava scape not far from the Kapoho farm he and his family lived at before evacuating.
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Cristhian Barcco took inventory of what was left in the refrigerator at the Kapoho farm he and his family lived at before evacuating.
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Nao Yamamoto prepared instant coffee in a tent that she and her husband had started to erect in Orchidland just before the volcanic activity in the Kilauea East Rift zone began. The family were property caretakers for a small farm in Kapoho and have since moved to the tent for temporary shelter.
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Cristhian Barcco and Nao Yamamoto’s daughter, Emily, 4, paused to pet a cat which they evacuated with from Kapoho to Orchidland.
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Signage lay on the side of the road nearby the fissures which have been actively erupting in Kapoho.
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Golfers pause to watch a plume of ash from Halemaumau Crater on Saturday in Volcano.
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A man walks under a sky illuminated by lava from fissures in Leilani Estates on Friday in Pahoa.
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A closed sign is seen outside the Ka'u Coffee Mill.
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Vehicles travel through clouds of ash spewed from Halemaumau Crater along Highway 11 in Ka'u.