Red Lion Hotel Kelso/Longview
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... zero clouds, so we got a great picture of the mountain. We had a chance to talk to a ranger at the observatory who added so much information about Mt. St. Helens and all the other mountains in the area. Again, geology overload! I've added a few captions to some of the pictures to help with details. This is a trip we are so glad we stumbled on. It should definitely be advertised more. It will be one of our more memorable ...
... gun and give them the key when I was done. I asked if I could upgrade my firearm if I found one I liked better and they just laughed!
Pic 5 - The Ferry Terminal: Finally off the ferry. Leg one of my ride completed! Now hitting the road to Toledo, WA to my friend Jesse's place. What a gorgeous day for a bike ride!
Pic 6 - Jesse: Hanging out with my old friend Jesse Mendez inToledo, WA. The beer is cold and good. Hadn't seen him in at least ...
... out of the mud.
The food was delicious, with Jason preparing pulled pork, cole slaw and beans to make redneck cocktails. There were many dishes donated by everyone, making the event a true potluck.
We also were able to help Erica celebrate her 39th birthday. Looking forward to next years event when we will help her celebrate the big 40. ...
... landslide surpassing all others and moving 14 miles down the valley. The debris covered 150 square miles! People were evacuated to 5 miles! 57 people lost their lives that day! When you think of the magnitude of this explosion, it's amazing that many more were not lost that day.
Scientists had been studying the Mountain for 2 months before the eruption and the lateral blast that surprised all who study these volcanoes. There were ...
This morning we drove across the bridge over the Columbia River from Astoria, Oregon into Washington. Our destination is Battle Ground, to see friends Jane and Nick. But first we head west out to the northern mouth of the Columbia River. The road climbs up to Cape Disappointment, so named by the Lewis and Clark Expedition. At the tip of the headland is a great view of the Columbia River Bar, the lighthouse and the Coast Guard Station. There is also a museum with ...