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Old 10-01-2013, 05:26 AM   #89
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Posting St. Helens brought back some memories. I was in the Army stationed at Ft. Lewis when the eruption took place and some ash on our vehicles. That summer we went home for a vacation and I remember the ash piled up like snow at a rest stop on I-90 near Ellensburg. Put some in a baby jar, though I've since lost it. Went up where you did in 1991. Sure has changed over the years.

So, you were one of the people that helped clean up the ash one jar at a time? I think more people have misplaced/lost their jars of ash than ones that still have them.

You're right it has changed up there but at the same time there is still a lot that's close to the same like all those logs in Spirit Lake, the trees laying on the ground pointed North and the mud flow of the Toutle River.

If you get a chance go up there again, it's always changing and always interesting.


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What a cool ride/geocaching report! It has everything in it!

Thanks. I'm glad you popped in to see what's going on.
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