Red Lion Hotel Kelso/Longview
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... thought ALM would enjoy seeing Bigfoot. Dad got a tee shirt that says "Bigfoot doesn't believe in you either." We arrived at the Silverlake Mount St. Helens Visitor's Center and watched a movie and took a self guided tour at the center. I learned so much geology today I think my brain hurts. Studying an historic event that happened in your lifetime, is such a déjà vu, yet there is so much you don't know about ...
... the threat of volcanic eruption believing his mountain would not do that to him - famous last words . The trail curves around offering different vista of the volcano and toward Spirit lake where you can still see all the fallen trees (after the explosion it was completely covered with all the blown down logs) Since there are of course no ...
... as we get somewhere we can leave it without paying an arm and a leg for disposal. It will also make the van a bit narrower, which would have been useful a couple of days ago when we were route planning, but more of that later.
Last time I wrote we were beginning our trip up the coast and it was raining heavily. A week later it’s raining again but at least that gives us a chance relax in this lovely, ...
... which scientists knew to be common, and the east side of the mountain was expanding at 5' and hour. But the scientists didn't understand that it would explode sideways. They knew that the pressure was building, but they expected it to go up!! Maybe you all remember seeing some ash eventually making it's way across the country in 3 days and across the globe in 15!
That day the mountain changed from 9,677' to 8,363' afterwards.
... is a nice little lake with a couple of fishing piers, nice reflections and picnic benches scattered around the lakeshore.
We stopped for a little snack at the trailhead and then continued on another couple of miles. I still felt good and wanted to stay that way for tomorrow's ride so we called it a day as it was nearing 3:30. This is a beautiful trail system and ...