Silver Lake Resort

3201 Spirit Lake Hwy, Silverlake, Washington, 98645, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Silverlake

Mount St. Helen's

A travel blog entry by carol_fred

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... St. Helen's erupted, she spewed 150' of ash over the whole valley. The ash totally buried the river. Over the years since then, the river has come back to the valley, created from the melting glaciers and rain, but it is taking an entirely different route than it did before the eruption. The river has cut through the ash layer, leaving the banks of the river black with ash.
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Kaboom

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen

9

... Portland, Oregon. Mount St. Helens takes its English name from the British diplomat Lord St Helens, a friend of explorer George Vancouver who made a survey of the area in the late 18th century. The volcano is located in the Cascade Range and is part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc, a segment of the Pacific Ring of Fire that includes over 160 active volcanoes. This volcano is well known for its ash explosions and ...

Stage 2 - A Glorious Day!

A travel blog entry by dna5758

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... lumber was a huge industry. It is still there, but not to the degree it once was. As we emerged from the foothills into the valley we were greeted with our first view (this trip) of Mount Rainier. We continued into Chehalis where Lea had lunch ready for us at the City park. The temperature was warm (mid 70s) and some local kids were having a squirt gun fight, while many other people enjoyed "Saturday in the Park" (anyone ...

Day 4: Worshipping at Morton UMC

A travel blog entry by chapj

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... Auburn, Puyallup and Eatonville. We drove through stretches of rain and gave thanks that today I was inside the comfort of a warm car instead of pounding the pavement under the elements. As we neared Elbe the snow that had fallen the previous day was clearly evident on the surrounding ridges.

As we drove into Morton the memories came flooding back from bi-weekly drives down for Wednesday night Bible Study and again on ...

Mount Saint Helen's

A travel blog entry by suzysnow

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Mount Saint Helen's is a great research opportunity. Much of the land was devastated by mud slides during the mountains 1980 epic eruption. Today scientists have gotten to, and continue to, study the succession and return of life to the land.




I have had such a wonderful opportunity as well because I saw the land over 15 years ago, when it was still barren and seemingly devoid of life. Now, I am shocked ...

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