Hudson Manor Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hi there. We will publish Days 3 and 4 of Our 4 Day Journey Home very soon. We have lots of great photos. We couldn't publish from train due to poor wifi service AND a little someone whom shall remain nameless found my phone while I was napping and watched cartoons; hence, used up the data plan!
... 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.
... by a barbeque on the deck beside the pond. The dogs and ducks provided entertainment chasing each other back and forth. Jane would throw a stick into the pond for the dog to fetch and the male duck would attack him as the tried to retrieve it, all in good fun of course. Every now and then the cat would join in by chasing the dogs….poor dogs don’t have a chance. Off to bed in the guest room to rest up for tomorrow’s trip north up through the Cascade ...
... we are quite proud of the limited clothing we've chosen to bring I will share with you our packing lists. Clothing: -Infinity dress -Cotton pants -Leggings -Shirts (swim type) -Tank top -Sun shirt -Base layer -Light puffy coat (equivalent to fleece) -6 pair underwear (let's face it, I don't want to was every other day) -3 socks -Trail running shoes ...
... how advanced the technology is now to ensure that future eruptions can be predicted more accurately. Apparently the volcano is currently releasing steam and gases and this will eventually lead to the gaping hole in the side of the mountain being rebuilt. This will take thousands of years though. At the end of the doco the curtains were lifted to reveal the actual Mt itself. It was awesome. Made you gasp at the size of it.