Blue Heron Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 1, the north face of the mountain collapsed in a massive rock debris avalanche. The avalanche then caused pressurized gases within the volcano to be released, causing a tremendous lateral explosion that blew the top 1,300 feet off the mountain and shot a dense plume of smoke and ash 80,000 feet in the air. The wet, cement-like slurries of rock and mud scoured the earth and laid down or scorched 230 ...
... how the gas built up and blew using a small, old-fashioned, film canister, red dye, water and a stomach antacid tablet. The kids thought it was amazing.
After the program we were walking up to watch the movies in the visitors center and I was wondering about some steam coming off the Mt. Zaya told us that she could answer any questions we would have as she knew all about volcanos. So now we have a pro on our hands.
... The ask cloud blotted out the sun in cities as far away as Butte, MT. several inches thick of ask was deposited in farmlands within interior Washington. Seeing pictures of the Mt. St. Helens before and looking at it now is really something to see and unimaginable....it was a catastrophic explosion that no one in this area will ever forget.
On Monday, 9/1-Labor Day we just relaxed around our campsite and enjoyed ...
... our travels, we visited the National Kite Museum which displayed kits from all over the world. By the time we were done, we headed for a late lunch/early dinner and with all the exercise we got today, we needed a nice cold cocktail. Delicious, delicious clam chowder at the Castaways Restaurant....had to be the best I've ever had. Ended our time alone with some window shopping before we picked up Sandy.
... take some clear pictures of the vista. Bud talked with two guys who were planning to climb the stately fellow the next day. As usual, I talked to two teachers from the Tacoma area. They were kind enough to snap a couple of pics of us. Although we were at a higher elevation, the sun was hot and I shed my scarf and jacket before getting back on the bike. As the forests warmed, their spicy cedar scent intensified. I drew ...