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... by the Washington State Park Service. We watched a video and looked at the displays. We all were interested in learning the details of the 1980 eruption.
We left this visitor center around 4 pm and headed to David Johnston Visitor Center on Johnston Ridge, much closer to the eruption site on the northern side of Mt. St. Helen’s. We heard a ranger ...
Back on the road again, after a short, relaxing break in Vancouver - but this time we are in cruise mode. Travel time optional, sleep in mornings (8am), stopping points optional, camping!
Before we began we farewelled another intrepid traveller as Chris left with Patches and a camper van to travel across Canada to Ontario and back - avoiding all major cities, so travelling on minor roads if possible. While Chris began his travels we exercised ...
Yesterday I made astonishing pictures right after sunset. Really love those. We were up early and I got a bit of a headache. Later on Alice told me my mask didn't fit properly. It woke her up. A well, I'm still here. So we drove at 7 am towards North Cascades NP where we stopped at Newhalem and the unbelievable Diablo Lake. I'd been there before. But hey, it's a mountain lake and I love mountain lakes. Glacier fed as the color shows. My daughter told me she loved it, but ...
We seem to be finding volcanoes everywhere we go. This one was so cool. I still remember when it blew in 1980 and I was just 9 years old. It was a big deal. The earth is nothing to mess with... when she's gonna blow, get the hell outta her ...
... going to go
anywhere. Maryhill and the little towns roll up the sidewalks at 7pm.
Except Goldendale. One of the reasons to stay at the Maryhill
Campground is that Goldendale State park is 10 miles up the road. It is
home to a public sky observatory. For the cost of a State park Pass,
people get a great lecture from an enthusiastic and engaging park
employee and time to look at the planets and stars through their big
telescope. As I mentioned that ...