Mañana the Volcanofiles head south to Puyehue-Cordón Caulle, a volcano that has been erupting for some time now and (as you may or may not remember) diverted and haulted airline traffic in the southern hemisphere last year. We do not yet know how close we will be able to get to the crater itself or what kind of measurements we will be able to take. We will speak with local contacts near the volcano when we arrive tomorrow.
Internet connection will be slim to none down there. We will continue to update via Spot Connect on Twitter and Facebook, but you can also keep an eye on the volcanic situation by monitoring the three webcams that OVDAS has monitoring Puyehue.