Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Here is part of their report, the link on the left will take you to the whole thing.
"On Sunday, September 17, AVO received several reports of two discrete plumes rising from the Cape Douglas area, about 200 miles (320 km) southwest of Anchorage, beginning at approximately 8:15 PM AKDT (0415 UTC, September 18) and continuing until darkness. Analysis of satellite images shows that the plumes originated in the area of Fourpeaked Glacier, located between Fourpeaked and Douglas volcanoes. Photographs of the plumes show that they reached up to approximately 20,000 ft (6,000 m) above sea level. Satellite images show a cloud originating from Fourpeaked glacier area and persisting throughout the night. The cloud does not show an ash signature. The cloud traveled up to 12 miles (20 km) to the northeast."
Monday, September 11, 2006
If you see a package in a store, think twice before you try them, you'll get addicted too!
Saturday, September 02, 2006
Anyhow, Shannon sent me this picture today. I wish you could see it full page. It's gorgeous. It's taken from the lake in front of the camp. You can see all the fall colors on the tundra, and fresh snow on the mountains in the background.
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