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Did you say volcano? Yes I did!

Today was another long one, with a trip to see one of America’s and indeed the world’s, famous volcanos.
Mt St Helens.
The drive there took us through some of the most beautiful countryside I’ve seen in a long time, and the changing colours of Autumn made it even more spectacular. 339 more words

Personal & Family

Boundary Trail - Dark Divide

Although open to motorcycles, the Boundary Trail in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest sees little traffic, even on busy summer weekends. If you can handle a few sections of tire-chewed tread, you’ll have views like this to yourself.

Photography

The Third Domain

The Third Domain

Moon deconstructing
Guardian of the deep night
A crescent or sphere?

On outhouse front doors
Or gracing a mandala?
It’s phases await… 339 more words

Kicking the Bucket (list)

A few months ago I kept coming across a phrase and was made aware of how often it is used in MY life. Usually while sitting comfortably in an easy chair buried deep in the middle of a good book. 401 more words

Just An Opinion...mine.

Mary's Peak - October Views

Western Oregon has been so dry – hardly any rain since July.  We got a little rain the end of September but I don’t think it will be enough to give us much of the fall colors this year.   219 more words

Photos

Biking and Hiking Mt St Helens

I had heard about what happened at Mt St Helens on 17th May 1980 and watched many natural history documentaries on the explosive volcanic eruption. I was in the area and just had to visit the scene of devastation. 516 more words

Travel Blog

The Geological Version of Myself

I think one of the greatest writing challenges I’ve ever come up against is trying to capture all that is Mt. St. Helens.

Excerpt from… 620 more words

Writing