Originally posted by Valhall
bumped only for historical purposes in light of increased activity in Cascade region and Yellowstone.
Hope something is useful for correlating purposes.
I can't find any sources on the cascades activity, not that I've concentrated on this chain. I looked at their observatories and news stories if any
and didn't see anything on this. Apart from the guy who said his father was called out to the cascades early in deecember, before the yellowstone
I'm interested because I live near the cascades volcano chain. I did read on how Mt Baker's drainage, and not sure if that meant lava flow, drains
into right where I live.
Does anyone have any sources showing this activity in the cascades?
On a side note, it got me thinking today when I was shopping at the pharmacy, to ask for a "dust mask". They don't stock them. You think they would
considering we live near all these volcanoes and I know some (with respitory problems) needed them when St Helens blew. I didn't want to say what it
was for, not wanting to appear a paranoid case or a micheal jackson wannabe. so I made it sound as if I wanted it for construction purposes
so maybe they carry them at hardware stores? I'm sure and hope I won't need one, but seems a good idea to add to the emergency kit, even for other
reason besides volcanic ash.