Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Five Volcanos, Washington & Oregon State - Mt St. Helens, Mt Rainer, Mt Adams, Mt Hood and Mt Jefferson

 


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  1. Umm, Mt Hood and Mt Jefferson are in Oregon...

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  2. Aren't they known as the 5 Sisters?

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    1. You are thinking of the Three Sisters. 3 conjoined peaks South of Mt Jefferson, not in this picture.
      https://duckduckgo.com/?t=ffsb&q=3+sisters+peaks+oregon&iax=images&ia=images&iai=http%3A%2F%2Fstatic.thousandwonders.net%2FThree.Sisters.original.1388.jpg

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  4. Must have been a lot of fun around here a few tens of millions years ago. I live here and the geology is amazing. Please pass the basalt.

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  5. What an exceptionally clear day - visibility in excess of 150 miles? Elevation what, about 20,000 ft or so?

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  6. Jefferson is closest in Pic. Mt Hood Next. St Helens to the left without a top. Rainer in the middle back. And Adams to the back right.

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    1. Yeah, I figured the one with 1300' missing off the top was St. Helens.
      Kind of interesting that you can see it's relocated 1300' spread out to the right.
      R.I.P. Harry Truman.

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  7. And to the east, future ocean front property.

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  8. There are over 60 volcanoes just in Oregon alone and numerous lava fields and vents.

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  9. My dad climbed all of those. I climbed Hood twice. I was planning to climb St. Helens, but it blew up.

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  10. Thank God u were not climbing...

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