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Found it fogg found Mount St. Helen's Earthcache

Saturday, July 20, 2013Washington

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We started our journey to Mt. St. Helen in rainy and cloudy weather, but at the level of 1000 feet the sun came out and we had a very clear view on the disaster area. Our first stop was at this site to do a little work for this EC. We were disappointed, that not one of the questions could be answered at the site. Did the interpretive signs change since April 2011?

Anyway: we were amazed to see this landscape!


Fogg & Consortin

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