Gearing Up to Continue the Eruption


So remember that Mount St. Helens series? The one where ya’ll were always after me to get the next one out because volcanoes are dramatic and you’re always on the edge of your seat waiting for it to go splodey? Yeah, that one. Well, it’s been a whole summer since we’ve dug about in the blast deposits, and some of you weren’t there for the excitement, so I figured it was time to pull this on over from Rosetta Stones to here. I’ll be running the series a couple times a week until we get to where we left off, and by then, it’ll be fall and Seattle will be giving me plenty of incentive to stay indoors and write.

So sit back, take a deep breath, and prepare for big bad booms.

 

Comments

  1. rq says

    What??? No new episodes? No new episodes until the end of autumn??
    This is terrible. *stamps foot*
    I’ve been waiting and waiting for new installments since the last one, and now I have to go read through everything again before… oh, heeeey, look, Mount St. Helens!

    I can only hope and wish that Seattle gets some terrible, nasty, rainy, cold, sleety, icy weather very soon. But not in a dangerous way, just enough to keep everyone certain adventuring geologists inside. ;)

  2. Funny Diva says

    Hey, rq, knock it off with the Bad Weather Wishes already! Seattle gray gray gray is bad enough, mon!

    Here, have a little whimsy I saw on a bumper-sticker this morning on my way to work:

    Alaska Volcanologists Kick Ash!

  3. rq says

    Funny Diva, the Bad Weather should be localized around that one certain adventuring geologist and blogger, so you should be fine (as I enjoy the last few days of sun that I’ll see for the rest of the year the winter). :)

  4. F [is for failure to emerge] says

    rq: Maybe you could get Rob McKenna to move to Dana’s neighborhood and drive around there. ;)