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  1. Southound Cascades

    Southound Cascades

    Arriving in Salem, OR.
  2. Southbound Cascades

    Southbound Cascades

    Amtrak Cascades heading away from the camera at Ridgefield South.
  3. Northbound Cascades

    Northbound Cascades

    The Cascades Talgo train leaving Salem headed for Portland.
  4. Mountain Views at Olallie State Park

    Mountain Views at Olallie State Park

    Snow covered mountain range as viewed from the Olallie State Park near Snoqualmie Pass, Washington.
  5. Cascade Meadow

    Cascade Meadow

    The a peak of the Cascades with a green Snohomish County meadow in the foreground.
  6. Side of a volcano

    Side of a volcano

    Looking west from the rim of Mt. St. Helens in August 2006
  7. Day After the first Snow.

    Day After the first Snow.

    Above Timberline lodge just after our first dusting of snow for 2009.
  8. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    After Sunset
  9. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    At Sunset
  10. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    Elk feel right at home in the Blast Zone
  11. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    Water Carves the Landscape around the Volcano
  12. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    Mount Whittier
  13. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    Plants and Water try to carve a life from the destruction
  14. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    A Land that was in the Line of Fire
  15. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    Some recovery on Johnston Ridge
  16. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    Taking advantage of the long days of June to photograph Mount St Helens.
  17. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    Taking advantage of the long days of June to photograph Mount St Helens.
  18. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    A key feature of the new highway to Mount St Helens
  19. Mount St Helens

    Mount St Helens

    The Toutle River Valley was wall to wall mud after the eruption
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    Mount Saint Helens

    Climbed Mt St Helens this weekend. This was my first successful attempt since it re-opened to climbing after the volcanic activity of 2004-2006. It's certainly no picnic at 12 miles roundtrip and 5,500 feet of elevation gain but the ability to ride down from summit to trailhead is pretty sweet...


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