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GREEN! My eyes were feasting on the green just outside the window! I stepped outside onto the roof top deck of the home of my friends Marianne and Becki. They had rescued me in the wee hours of the morning from the Portland, OR, airport and brought me to their house to stay overnight – a stopover on my way to Mount St. Helens.
Their house, a church in its past history, was an adventure to explore with creative Continue reading
Summer 2014, really rocked- literally!
I had the opportunity to spend 6 adventure-filled weeks working with the 7 Wonders Creation Museum near Mount St. Helens!
It was so action packed that I did not have time to keep up with my blog – so I would like to share some of my MSH 7WM adventures now.
I love taking pictures, so I plan to share lots of them on my blog posts!
While I was waiting on the plane, Continue reading
Touch down!!!! That is what I REALLY wanted on my latest adventure! And it was not a touch down in football…
A dream come true is what started this adventure! Some awesome friends with Creation Encounters offered to take me up in a small plane for a flight over the “Columbia River Gorge.” Wow! I could barely catch my breath I was so excited!
Just a small catch — The only small “catch” Continue reading
A BLAST INTO THE PAST! I would like to feature guest blogger — Shea Mackinnon in this post. Read about her story of visiting Mt. St. Helens in 1982, two years after the eruption in 1980. You will be amazed at Shea’s bravery and sense of adventure. I would love to read more Mt. St. Helen’s stories and feature them here. If you have a story about Mt. St. Helens you would like to submit for, “A Blast into the Past,” to be published on this blog, place you comment on this post with your email address (It will be kept private). I look forward to reading your stories! For now, buckle your seat belts and take a…
In 1982, I took a very long camping vacation – almost a year. I packed my VW Beetle front trunk with: 1 duffle bag summer clothes, 1 duffle bag winter clothes, a tent, sleeping bag, Continue reading