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Today we went to the Mount St. Helens Volcano. We started out and it was quite over-cast with a chance of rain, but after viewing what the visitor center had to offer, we were told that up at 4,200' it was sunny at the observatory. We took the hour and 15 minute ride up the the observatory and we were not disappointed at the view. After attending a naturalist talk and exhibits before we took the drive, we knew a little about how it happened, but to ...
... awarded a $4.5 million contract to LKE Corporation of Washougal, to raise the spillway by 2.1 m.
The SRS is about 21 km upstream from the confluence of the North Fork Toutle River with the Toutle River and 49.1 km from the larger river's mouth on the Cowlitz River. The structure is about 72 km north-northeast of Portland, Oregon. Large communities downstream of the SRS include Castle Rock, Kelso, and ...
... what happens when there is a volcanic explosion. They have a very nice theater where they show films. When you walk in you see a huge red curtain, then a screen comes down and they show their films. Then when the film is over, the screen goes up and the curtain opens and there before you is Mt. St. Helens. Very impressive.
We really did enjoy our afternoon ...
The half way point of our trip. 21 days on the road, 21 more days to go. So far so good. We are all doing fine, and for the most part, everyone is getting along & the kids are doing well. Today we drove around Longview, Kelso and Castle Rock, all towns that sit in the shadow of Mt St Helen's. I was here 30 years ago (3 years after the eruption). If has grown and life and things damaged have returned to normal but not without reflection or memories of the power of ...
... shelter of a large indoor gym.
The drive home was uneventful and relaxing till we got to Puyallup when the wind picked up, the sky darkened and the heavens just opened up and deluged us with rain and hail. This weather pattern followed us all the way back to Issaquah.
Thank you for following us on this journey...may God bless and keep you and strengthen your trust and confidence in our altogether good Heavenly Father.