Friday, May 18, 2012

Mt st helens

  • Climbing into a volcano is like entering a different planet. There may be blue sky above, but otherwise the surroundings seem alien.
  • (NWCN)
  • It's been 32 years since the explosive eruption of Mt. St. Helens on May 18th, 1980.  At 8:32am PDT, Washington State shook with a 5.1 M quake and an explosion that was heard over 150 miles away.
  • (Examiner)
  • (Phys.org) -- Mt. St. Helens exploded 32 years ago on May 18. It began with a small series of earthquakes and culminated with the volcano erupting, a cataclysmic collapse of the flank of the mountain and the largest landslide in recorded history.
  • (Eureka! Science News)
  • Climbing into a volcano is like entering a different planet. There may be blue sky above, but otherwise the surroundings seem alien.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • LONGVIEW, Wash. -- As the highway to Mount St. Helens reopens this weekend, the Forest Service is warning of very high avalanche risk for people thinking of climbing the volcano.
  • (kgw.com)
  • Well, that good car-ma may have helped St. Helens High School win the state Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition, held last week at Mt. Hood Community College, for the first time. St.
  • (Oregonian)
  • 10:00am – Ramona Falls 12:00pm – Deep Sea Diver 2:00pm – My Goodness 4:00pm – The Maldives 5:30pm – Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band A Benefit for the Ballard Food Bank 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
  • (My Ballard)
  • The St. Helens High School auto-technician team of Bryce Clarke and Keagan Mays will represent Oregon in the national Ford/AAA Auto Skills competition in June after winning the state finals May 11 at Mt. Hood Community College.
  • (Oregonian)
  • 7. Spirit Lake Highway to Mt. St. Helens: If you ever get a chance . . . just get off of the damn I-5 down there, and head east. 8. North Cascades Highway: Yes, it is that good. The rumors are indeed true.
  • (Seattle Weekly (blog))
  • On this date back in 1933, tornadoes hit McLeod and Mower Counties.  Then in 1980, Minnesota residents enjoyed brilliant sunsets after Mt St Helens erupted and sent tons of ash high into the sky in the western United States.
  • (Chaska Herald)

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