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Nature, naturally

When I think about the best parts of living in the Pacific Northwest portion of the United States, I think of the diversity of nature. With my home situated near Portland, Oregon, I am just hours away from beaches, forests, mountains and high desert (with the occasional urban area thrown in). 106 more words

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Bali Summerfags watch out: Agung BLOWS hard, sticky nights ahead then global cooling

By John Miller

Monday the 27th of November, 2017

Mount Agung has blown, but how will that affect YOUR holiday, fat decadent Western tourist? Only 40,000 have evacuated of the 100,000 told to, and now the planes won’t be going anywhere for a little while. 773 more words

Lind, Washington

First timer?  In this formerly once-a-day blog (and now pretty much a once-every-four-or-five days blog), I use an app that provides a random latitude and longitude that puts me somewhere in the continental United States (the lower 48).  1,281 more words

Gobs of Wildflowers

Hiking in the Pac NW has been a little challenging lately for those of us who are snow-adverse.  It’s fantastic that we had so much snow in the mountains this winter.  1,273 more words

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Mt. St. Helens: RECHARGING?


MOUNT ST HELENS, a volcano responsible for one of the deadliest eruptions in US history, is ‘recharging’, experts have warned. In 1980, the volcano situated in Washington erupted, which led to 57 deaths and $1.1bn worth of property damage after it deposited ash in 11 different states and five Canadian provinces.Now, experts are warning the volcano is becoming active after witnessing a series of tremors beneath the surface of the 2,550 metre tall volcano. 16 more words

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