HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Kathleen and Peter Golden, owners of Volcano Rainforest Retreat, stand at the door of one their cottages Wednesday on their property in Volcano.
HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Shannon and Dan Fisher, owners of Aloha Crater Lodge, sit in one of their unoccupied bed and breakfast rooms Wednesday at their lodge in Volcano.
HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Dan Fisher, owner of Aloha Crater Lodge, holds what he believes to be pieces of a fresh lava rock from Halema'uma'u that landed on their property in Volcano.
HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Drivers make tracks through fallen volcanic ash on Highway 11 Wednesday in Volcano.
HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Kim Hurst, server at Lava Rock Cafe, cleans a table Friday while serving only two tables around lunch time at the restaurant in Volcano.
HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Lovey Kauhane finishes a short shift Friday at Kilauea General Store in Volcano. Staff has had to cut hours due to slow business because of the lack of tourism at this time.
HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald 'Ohelo Cafe in Volcano.
HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Vehicle traffic is slow on Volcano Road Friday in Volcano.
As Hawaii Volcanoes National Park continues into its fourth consecutive week of closure, the hospitality industry in the hamlet of Volcano faces unprecedented lean times.