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March 22, 2013

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We can see St. Helens clearly from our place on the river. South of the eruption, we did not get any ash. When it went off, we drove up to get a closer look. We found a guy parked off road, that had a telephoto lens and had taken pictures of it as it blew. We got to look through the lens and it was an amazing sight. I've also talked to people that helped recover bodies afterwards, and folks out in the woods that found out about it when it went dark.

Just so you know, the ash fall looked like snow at night. When you put your hand up, it was warm. Strangest thing.

Posted by: Teri Pittman at March 20, 2013 12:27 PM

I remember the ash was carried across the United States.

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