- — Jess R (@MtStHelensLover)Mon, Oct 06 2014 02:32:00(5/7/1980) She is starting to spew ask and steam again after sleeping for 2 weeks. Things are getting tense here at Timberline Viewpoint.
- — Jess R (@MtStHelensLover)Mon, Oct 06 2014 02:33:35(5/8/1980) So much rain. So much mud. ☔️ Poor St. Helens looks under so much stress with that bulge that keeps on growing.
- — Jess R (@MtStHelensLover)Mon, Oct 06 2014 02:39:21(5/10/1980) Apparently on the 21st the lava tides are going to be strong so I guess that's our prediction for the big doomsday. #11days
- — Jess R (@MtStHelensLover)Mon, Oct 06 2014 02:41:25(5/11/1980) jk we have no clue when she might erupt. On the plus side I got to ride in the Forest Service helicopter today!! 🚁😎
- — Jess R (@MtStHelensLover)Mon, Oct 06 2014 02:49:38(515/1980) all these crazy people are picnicking at the roadblocks. Do they not understand how dangerous this volcano could be? #people
- — Jess R (@MtStHelensLover)Mon, Oct 06 2014 02:52:02(5/16/1980) beautiful weather for volcano watching. Jim also got to set up a time lapse camera that snaps every 30min for 5 days! #supercool
- Image source:
Roberta Dickerson-Murray, "My Mt. St. Helens Nightmare," n.d., Where Were You When Mt St Helens Blew?, Personal Collection of Roberta Roberta.
- — Jess R (@MtStHelensLover)Mon, Oct 06 2014 03:32:49(5/19/1980) 5 dead. 21 missing. More to come. The desolation is surreal. One day there's a mountain side, the next day there isn't. #stunned
- — Jess R (@MtStHelensLover)Mon, Oct 06 2014 03:47:37(5/20/1980) The governor telegraphed President Carter to declare the state under emergency, cause if you hadn't noticed, a volcano erupted
Mount St. Helens, the Fire Mountain Queen
In 1980 Mount St. Helens erupted and completely devastated the surrounding areas. This is a historical fiction Twitter Archive. Source: Foxworthy, Bruce L. and Mary Hill. Volcanic Eruptions of 1980 at Mount St. Helens: The First 100 Days. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1982.
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