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I looked at a map a few years ago and followed a road to where it ended and it ended in a place called Mowich Lake. I have never been here. Didn't know what was here, but always wanted to find out. Luckily Claire was up for a short adventure today and we left our house at about noon, passed through Wilkeson and Carbonado. A few miles out of Carbonado, we hit a gravel road and traveled 17 ...
... of the event. (Just wait children, it will happen to you too) I remember when the volcano erupted but details were very vague to me. The earthquakes started on March 24, 1980 and the big eruption was May 18, 1980. I think I was too busy with a new baby to watch the news. The effects of the eruption were horrific. It wiped out the whole area of Silverlake and totally changed the landscape. The lake rose by over ...
... take some clear pictures of the vista. Bud talked with two guys who were planning to climb the stately fellow the next day. As usual, I talked to two teachers from the Tacoma area. They were kind enough to snap a couple of pics of us. Although we were at a higher elevation, the sun was hot and I shed my scarf and jacket before getting back on the bike. As the forests warmed, their spicy cedar scent intensified. I drew ...
... 8217;d lost his wallet so we had to go back so bed was very welcoming by the time we got back around 1:45am.
Accidentally sleeping in we didn’t actually set off till midday the next day, we had planned to visit the Ape Caves and Mt St Helens. First we headed to the Ape Caves, this was a huge Lava Tube Cave, stretching over 1.75 miles. I hugely enjoyed this it was a scramble in places and much of the tunnel was pitch black but luckily ...
... named after David Johnston, the volcanologist who was on duty during the May 18, 1980 eruption. He was one of 57 people who lost their lives that day. His last words were calling into the command station in Vancouver saying, "Vancouver, Vancouver, This is it! This is it!"
The devastation from Mount St. Helen's actually came in 3 stages. Pressure had been building up under ...